Back in Black (and Gold): “The Impudent Edda” Drops from the Gallows

The final installment of the The Edda Trilogy is being let loose from the noose (that’s kept it hanging around) on Odin’s Day, November 22nd. Featuring a foreword by Eirik Storesund and cover art by Matt Smith, The Impudent Edda reveals new, arcane knowledge about Odin’s disruptive behavior as a wandering drunk, Freyja’s eccentric cat-lady tendencies, and Frey’s problems with erectile dysfunction. Check out the book’s official webpage for more information, reviews, and news: The Impudent Edda.

“You don’t have to be a Bostonian to find The Impudent Edda hilarious and even if you know a lot about Old Norse mythology, you’ll find its unique take both thought-provoking and insightful. The Norse gods as you’ve never seen them before!”
—Carolyne Larrington, translator of The Poetic Edda and author of The Norse Myths That Shape the Way We Think