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.
Annette Haaland (b. 1965) is a teacher at Bromma college in the subjects of Religion, Philosophy, and Swedish. PASTOR VIVEKA AND THE OLD LADIES is Annette’s debut novel, and the second book in the series, PASTOR VIVEKA AND THE CENTENERY, was released in November 2016.
Pia Hagmar was born in 1961. She rides almost everyday and is the author of a series of popular books for children and young people, including Klara, the series about horses (published elsewhere).
Ann Caroline Håkans works as a teacher for children from 7 to 14, and is also a librarian. The Swimming Baths Crisis is her first novel. It tells a story about how to overcome your fears and believe in yourself.
Emelie Hallbäck is a food writer and creator who, among other things, writes for the Swedish newspaper Expressen.
Lin Hallberg, born 1956, is one of Sweden’s foremost writers of horse books. She got her first horse when she was 12, and has been hooked since then. Currently she is running a stables where she is breeding shetland ponies.