Sébastien Boudet’s debut book The French Baker was selected as the best French cookbook at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2013. Sébastien was born in Paris as a second-generation baker. He has been living in Sweden for a number of years now and is, among other things, the founder of the prized…
Fatima Bremmer (b.1977) is a journalist and author. She has, among other things, worked at Aftonbladet’s Kvinna supplement and at the Svenska Dagbladet’s Arts Department. THE LONE WOMAN is her literary breakthrough.
Helena Bross was born in Stockholm 1950. She got off to a slow start in school and struggled to learn how to read and write. In the third and fourth grade she attended so called reading classes and had a brilliant teacher which did wonders. As soon as she learned to write she started to write storie…
CARINA BRYDLING used to run a restaurant, the Marmite, in the town of Åre with her sister and brother-in-law. Carina was a member of the Swedish Cookery Team in 2005-2009, which took silver in Luxembourg in 2006 and bronze in OS in Erfurt in 2008.
ULRIKA BRYDLING is a trained sommelier and chef. These days she works as a freelance eco-chef and sommelier, and is involved in Svenska Kockars Förening (Association of Swedish Chefs). She is a commentator, a judge in competitions, and right now is searching for a farm.
Nina Burton, b.1946, is a poet and essayist, famous for her unique style of combining lyric poetry and natural sciences. For this novel she won the August Prize Non-Fiction Award. In 2012 she won Sweden’s largest non-fiction award for FLODERNAS BOK.