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London Book Fair 2021

To mark London Book Fair 2021, we present a short series of features exploring industry perspectives, literary prizewinners, and our readers' book tips.

 

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2021:1

Featuring works from Hjalmar Bergman, Kerstin Ekman, Elin Anna Labba, Jila Mossaed,Jessica Schiefauer, Axel Åhman and more.

2020:1-2

Emerging Voices in Swedish Literature: Balsam Karam, Kayo Mpoyi, Joel Mauricio Isabel Ortiz, Adrian Perera and Pooneh Rohi. Report on 'Translators at Work' and interview with Tom Geddes.

2019:1-2

Fiction by Kerstin Ekman, Magnus Dahlström and Johanna Holmström. Interviews with Marlaine Delargy and Susanna Bergström Larsson. Bernard Shaw Prize for Swedish Translation.

2018:1

Nature in the writing of Therése Söderlind and Ann-Helén Laestadius. Interview with Elisabeth Åsbrink.
A new look at translation statistics.

2017:2

Fiction from Anni Blomqvist and Martin Kellerman. Sara Stridsberg addresses the Swedish Academy. 'A Day in the Life' of Publicity manager Nichola Smalley (And Other Stories).

2017:1

Fiction from Stina Stoor, Elisabeth Östnäs and Carl-Michael Edenborg, Interview with Sarah Death.

2016:2

Fiction by Alexander Koistinen and Torgny Lindgren. In memory of Helena Forsås-Scott: Elin Wägner and Karin Boye. Interview with publisher Janet Garton of Norvik Press.

2015:2

Children's and YA fiction from Cilla Naumann and Frida Nilsson. Interviews with children's book publisher Julia Marshall (Gecko Press) and the book blogger Bookwitch.

2015:1

Writing by Aino Trosell, Astrid Trotzig and Jonas Karlsson. Report of the Tove Jansson Centennial Conference.

Peter Grant Icehotel. Imagebank Sweden

2014:2

Fiction by Jens Liljestrand, graphic novels by Marcus Ivarsson and Pär Thörn, poetry by Karin Boye and a look at 'crossover' fiction.

2014:1

Fiction by Maria Ernestam and Gabriella Håkansson and short stories by Åsa Foster and 'Three Gentlemen'.

2013:1

Fiction from Lotta Lundberg and Fredrik Lindström, poetry from Ingela Strandberg, and cultural commentary from Nina Björk