• Osloove Collaboration

    OSLOOVE represents an oral history endeavour with the objective of accumulating 400 interviews featuring residents of Oslo by the city’s forthcoming 400th anniversary in 2024. Through structured courses in oral history interviewing, ethical considerations, and consent protocols, the project endeavours to democratise historical discourse by incorporating a diverse array of perspectives. In close collaboration with […]

  • ICORN – protecting creative freedom

    ICORN, the International Cities of Refuge Network, offers sanctuary to writers and artists at risk, embodying freedom of expression globally. With over 70 cities providing refuge to 200+ individuals, ICORN champions cultural richness and partnerships with organizations like PEN International and Reporters Without Borders. Their dedication to artistic freedom is vital in a world where it’s under threat.

  • Den kulturelle skulesekken Benefit to Norway

    The Cultural Schoolbag (DKS) is a unique program in Norway offering professional arts and culture exposure to all school pupils. This program includes various artistic expressions like film, music, and literature. Sic Publishing supports DKS, believing that exposure to diverse cultural perspectives can enhance understanding of global issues and contribute to a more inclusive society.

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    Anthology – Stories from Exiled Writers

    Sic Publishing invites original, unpublished works for a new anthology on the theme of exile, to be launched in September 2024. Writers in Norway can submit pieces exploring cultural changes and challenges in their new home. Submissions can be prose, poetry, or visual, in English or bilingual, by 15th March 2024, with a 5000 NOK compensation for selected works. Contact for inquiries.