Cilla Naumann (b. 1960) has been nominated to an August Prize twice and to Swedish Radio’s Novel Award in 2015. She lives in Stockholm.
Elisabet Nemert (b. 1950) writes bestselling, award-winning historical women’s fiction in the tradition of Marianne Fredriksson. Her latest novel, The Time of the Wolf was shortlisted for Book of the Year Award 2017 in Sweden and sold over 40,000 copies alone.
Håkan Nesser (b. 1950) is one of Sweden’s most beloved and renowned authors. He divides his time between Stockholm and the island of Gotland. He has sold more than 15 million copies in more than 30 languages, and has written 42 novels to date.
Ulf Nilsson was born in 1948 in Helsingborg. His authorship has resulted in a broad and extensive production including everything from children’s books to novels. His books are filled with humour, warmth and imagination, often with a touch of irony (directed against himself). A theme always present…
Lennart Nilsson (b. 1922) was a pioneer in medical photography. In association with researchers and with the help of specially designed equipment, he has documented the inside of man down to the level of a cell. Throughout the years, he has devoted special attention to capturing the creation of a hu…
Mia Nilsson is an illustrator and animator, trained and working in London. She illustrates in several papers and magazines: The Guardian, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Dagens Nyheter; and for diferent organizations.