Lars Berge (b. 1974) is a Stockholm-based writer, journalist and documentary film maker. His debut novel, Office Ninja was translated into five languages and his first non-fiction work, Project Wolf became an instant national bestseller and was nominated for the international Ryszard Kapuściński Awa…
Nina Burton (b. 1946) is a poet and essayist, famous for her unique style of combining lyric poetry and the natural sciences. In 2016 she won the prestigious August Prize for Non-Fiction for The Gutenberg Galaxy Nova, and has also been awarded amongst others the Swedish Nobel Academy’s Essay Prize,…
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.
Horace Engdahl is one of Sweden’s most prominent literary figures, and in 1999 he was elected to be Secretary of The Swedish Academy, a position he held for 10 years. He has written several essay collections on literature, dramatic writing and poetry and has also translated plays by Heinrich von Kle…
Magnus Fridh (b. 1970) grew up in Karlshamn, Blekinge, in southern Sweden. Magnus discovered meditation in his teenage years, and through academic studies in Indology, specialising in Tibetan language and culture, he gained an in-depth knowledge of the subject. He regularly teaches group Ashtanga yo…
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.
Sara Hammarkrantz is a journalist specialising in psychology and management. She has worked as an editor in chief and authored an introduction to positive psychology.