About Kenneth Tindall

Kenneth Tindall lives with his wife & sons in Lynæs, a small fishing village north of Copenhagen. He is the author of five novels, including Great Heads and The Banks of the Sea. Visit Kenneth Tindall's web site.

La Picaudiere – and Hundertwasser’s Honey

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Asked in an interview what he would remember most about his life as an artist, Man Ray replied “the women.” I was a bee whisperer, like Edmund Hillary who climbed Mount Everest and who was a beekeeper in New Zealand, and I was writing poetry, it tumbled out of me. ...{read more}

The Home Helper

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The knackers were done with it, everything removable, the iron stoves standing like Celtic monuments in the adjacent lot, the cheap roof slates brought from Bangor in Wales when there was employment there. ...{read more}

Lottie – by Kenneth Tindall

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Lottie lived in a little house close to the summit of one of the Hollywood Hills. Once every two weeks we would take a Pacific Electric bus which ran out the Hollywood Freeway, and then the arduous walk up to Lottie’s. ...{read more}

Interview with Kenneth Tindall: From Bellevue to Lynæs. An Interview by Lars Movin

Kenneth Tindall - Great Heads

(First published in “Maskinfabrikken,” Copenhagen)

Kenneth Tindall (b. 1937) is a well-kept literary secret. He first appeared in 1967 with Vindharpen, a novel about Copenhagen in the sixties, and has in all written five novels (of which three are unpublished). ...{read more}