Authors

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Minna Mercke Schmidt

The author and flower arranger Minna Mercke Schmidt has been writing the popular blog Blomsterverkstad (Flower workshop) since 2006. Before that she wrote Blomstrande idéer (Blossoming ideas).

Johanna Mo

Johanna Mo (b. 1976) grew up in Kalmar, southeast Sweden, but has lived in Stockholm for the past fifteen years. Her crime trilogy about Helena Mobacke, Döden tänkte jag mig så, Vänd om och var stilla and Allt trasigt ska bli helt were met with excellent reviews, and have sold over 45 000 copies in…

Cannie Möller

Cannie Möller was born in Stockholm 1947. She made her writing debut in 1983 with Kriget om källan. She has since then written many books for young adults that have received a lot of attention, and Balladen om Sandra Ess was nominated for the August prize in 1999. Cannie Möller often writes about fr…

Lukas Moodysson

Lukas Moodysson made his debut as a 17-year old prodigy poet in 1987, but his major popular breakthrough came in 1998, when his first feature film, Fucking Åmål (Show Me Love) made a huge international success. After that he is first and most known as a filmmaker, with films like Together (2000), Li…

Per Morberg

Per Morberg is an actor, chef and successful cookery book writer. His books, which have all been published by Bonnier Fakta and so many copies have been sold that they can be found in just about every home in Sweden.

Lisa Moroni

LISA MORONI has written and drawn ever since she was a child. There are many stories in her cupboard, both as and author and illustrator of childrens books.

Bo Mossberg

Bo Mossberg is one of Sweden’s leading plant illustrators over the years. He has previously provided all the illustrations for the highly praised and extremely successful The New Scandinavian Flora [Den nya nordiska floran] (2003), its predecessor The Scandinavian Flora [Den nordiska floran] (1992,…

Zeina Mourtada

Zeina Mourtada is the woman behind the multiply award-winning ‘Zeina’s Kitchen’, one of Sweden’s biggest food blogs. After starting a cooking group on Facebook in 2014, Zeina’s recipes quickly received attention with their tastes od the Middle East. When the members of her group reached 50,000 she s…