Dagmar Winther was born in 1980 and graduated from the Danish School of Journalism in 2004.
She has worked as an intern at the Birmingham Post & Mail and for the European Commission in Brussels
before settling down as a teacher of journalism at Rønde Højskole, a Danish Folk High School ( a very Danish phenomenon which is part of the non-formal education system in Denmark). She still does the occasional freelance job and is also a singer, mostly of classical music. She has a daughter and currently lives in Thorsager, a tiny village near Aarhus.





Kenneth Degnbol was born in 1972. He has a master’s degree in music and history from the University of Aarhus, and spent four years as an organization consultant before he began working at Rønde Højskole in 2004, alongside Dagmar, teaching philosophy and music. He is a skilled musician and a father of three. He lives in Hornslet, a small town near Aarhus.


The Preacher is our debut novel, which we translated into English ourselves. We are currently working on our next novel.