Katrine Marçal (Kielos) b. 1983, is a journalist and auhtor. Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner? is her first book published by Albert Bonniers Förlag. On English publication, none other that Margaret Atwood stated on Twitter that it’s a “Smart, funny readable book on #economics #money #women #selfish”.
Peter Kihlgård, born 1954, holds a strong position in Swedish literature. He has published novels and short stories.
Gert Klötzke has been a chef for over 50 years and is now a professor in gastronomy. His awards include Swedish Chef of the Year and Swedish Game Chef of the Year as well as a number of Culinary Olympic and World Cup gold medals as part of the Swedish Culinary Team. He also holds seminars, makes gue…
Gösta Knutsson (1908-1973) Gösta Knutsson read a lot as a child, for example Alice in Wonderland, and he made magazines for the family. Later her studied in Uppsala and was planning to become a teacher or a librarian. Through his studies he came to work work with a radio program. Since he wanted to…
Petra Krantz Lindgren is a behavioural scientist who holds courses and seminars on communication and conflict-resolution with children.
Justine Lagache is a long-time advocate of animal and environmental issues, and she has cooperated for many years with the World Wildlife Fund. She works as an art director and graphic designer.
Rose Lagercrantz is an author of books for children as well as for adults. Her first book was published in 1973. Rose Lagercrantz has been awarded with the Astrid Lindgren Prize, The August Prize, Heffaklumpen and The Nils Holgersson plaque. Her books have been translated into 19 languages so far.