By Rosie Goldsmith
BBC News, Reykjavik
Iceland is experiencing a book boom. This island nation of just over 300,000 people has more writers, more books published and more books read, per head, than anywhere else in the world.
It’s tempting to want to blame the evocative landscape or the long winter nights for all this creative activity, but those features have been part of Iceland for a long, long time. So, what is happening in Iceland that has resulted in such an outpouring of creativity? And, how can we help writing to flourish everywhere?
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