Authors

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Peter Barlach

Peter Barlach, born in 1968, lives with his wife and children outside Stockholm. He made his debut as an author in the spring of 2007 with Inte bara tennis, a story of a boy who loses his mother in a car accident. Before that he has written several plays, including scripts for Stockholm’s Stadsteate…

Linda Belanner

LINDA BELANNER´S and FREDRIK PERSSON´S paths first crossed at a writing school. The result is this debut novel Maybe you don’t know it, but Death really doesn’t play handball. Linda Belanner is a journalist on the Swedish national radio and Fredrik Persson is a working lawyer in Gothenburg.

Per Bengtsson

Per Bengtsson (b. 1977) is a Swedish author and journalist. Originally from Halmstad, he now lives in Stockholm with his wife, three children and cat. By day, he writes for various industry magazines aimed for teachers in schools and preschools.His series about Knotan came about during his paternal…

Mia Bengtsson-Jakobsson

Mia was born in 1984 and in 2006 she discovered the amigurumi characters and fell in love. They made her pick up the crochet needle to be able to make her own. And when she had learnt how to make them she decided she wanted to let others share the joy of amigurumi and crochet.

Eva Bergström

Eva Bergström was born in 1961. She is currently living in Stockholm with her husband and two kids. She works as a junior and middle school teacher, writes stories, music and lyrics on her spare time. When she was young she had several pen pals, had a diary and enjoyed making up stories. In her teen…

Peter Bergting

Peter Bergting (b. 1970) is one Sweden’s most established illustrators and authors of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. His works range from young adult novels and graphic novels to covers and interior artworks for fantasy books by authors such as J.K. Rowling, J.R.R. Tolkien, Astrid Lindgren an…

Elsa Beskow

Elsa was born on February 11, 1874 in Maria Parish on Stockholm’s south side. But winter-girl Elsa was a summer child at heart. And it’s that time of year that she mainly writes about in her books. She once wrote: “Why must there always be pictures of winter? It’s much more fun to see pictures of su…