Anna-Karin Palm, b. 1961, debuted as an author in 1991, with the novel The Faun. The Painter’s Daughters (1997) became her international breakthrough and was translated into eight languages.
Joakim Palmkvist, b. 1967, is one of Sweden’s most established crime reporters. He is one of the authors of the successful Maffiakrig (2011), and told the story of serial killer Peter Mangs in Äventyr i Svenssonland (2015).
Åsa Pärson is head lecturer in weaving at Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, as well as being an internationally renowned weaver. She was invited to participate the most recent round of restoration work at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, to contribute to the museum’s weaving…
Caterina Pascual Söderbaum (1962–2015) divided her time between Sweden and Spain and worked as, among other things, a translator of Swedish literature into Spanish. Her first book, a collection of short stories entitled THE SONNET ON BREATHING (Sonetten om andningen, Lejd förlag, 2001), won Sweden’s…
Roland Paulsen (b. 1981) is a Swedish Associate Professor of Sociology and a regular contributor to the cultural section of Dagens Nyheter. He has previously published the books Vi Bara lyder, Arbetssamhället, Empty labor and Return to meaning.
Fredrik Paulún is the nutritionist that introduced the GI –Glycaemic Index – concept to Sweden at the end of the 1990s. He is a popular lecturer, has written about 40 books and is one of the leading experts on the subject.