Lars Berge

Lars Berge (b. 1974) is a writer, journalist and documentary film maker. His debut novel, Office Ninja was translated into five languages. PROJECT WOLF is his first nonfiction work, and an instant national bestseller.

Johan Bergstad

Johan Bergstad (b. 1973), is a trained psychologist, author, speaker and one of Sweden’s foremost experts on focus-training. Over the last fifteen years, he’s helped over a thousand people all over the world manage distractions and increase productivity. He is the founder of Mindfulness Apps, an app…

Carl Bildt

Carl Bildt has served as both Prime Minister (1991-1994) and Foreign Minister (2006-2014) of Sweden. Bildt was also the Co-Chairman of the Dayton peace talks on Bosnia and became the first High Representative in the country. Later, he was the Special Envoy of UN Secretary General Kofi Annan in the r…

Nina Björk

Nina Björk (b. 1967) in Offerdal, is an author, debater, cultural writer and literary scholar. Her debut, Under det rosa täcket, was published in 1996 and immediately became a feminist classic. She has received, among other noteworthy prizes, Expressen’s Björn Nilsson Award, Sydsvenskan’s Culture Pr…

Nina Burton

Nina Burton, b.1946, is a poet and essayist, famous for her unique style of combining lyric poetry and natural sciences. For this novel she won the August Prize Non-Fiction Award. In 2012 she won Sweden’s largest non-fiction award for FLODERNAS BOK.

Sven Carlsson

Sven Carlsson (b. 1986) is a reporter at Dagens Industri Digital, where he monitors companies such as Spotify and Uber. He has previously worked at SvD Business, AFP and Swedish National Radio.

Caroline Cederquist

Caroline Cederquist (b. 1977) is a journalist and Director of Communication. As a journalist she worked for Sweden’s largest morning papers, Dagens Nyheter and Svenska Dagbladet. Today Caroline is a press secretary for the Swedish National Police. Born in Gothenburg, she now lives in Stockholm with…

Maria Gunther

Maria Gunther (b. 1968) is a science reporter for Dagens Nyheter, Sweden’s largest morning newspaper. She has a PhD in particle physics and has previously worked as a climate researcher and programmer. She lives in Uppsala with her three children.

Clara Henry

Clara Henry (b. 1994) is the most famous Scandinavian language Youtuber. Aged twelve, she launched her first blog. Today she has hundreds of thousands of followers on her YouTube channel, Instagram, and Twitter, thanks to her cheerful and confident style. Her book, I’ve Got My Period. So What? recei…