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.
Books by Anna-Karin Palm
THE THRILL OF THE HUNT is a collection of ten short stories exploring issues surrounding female sexuality, desire and gender roles.Each short story delves into a scene from a woman’s life. After her two latest novels, Herrgården and Snöängel, Anna-Ka…
Swedish title: Jaktlycka
Pub date: 09-05-2014
Snow Angel is a story of realism and magic, set in Stockholm in the mid 1980’s, more precisely in the winter of 1985-86, just before the assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme. It is a time of darkness and secrets, and Hedvig, a young orphan woma…
Swedish title: Snöängel
Pub date: 09-09-2011
The evocative biography of the Nobel Prize-winning author Selma Lagerlöf (1858-1940), revered by readers, lauded by critics and loved around the world. Behind the public image of the Nobel Prize winner we find a brave, unapologetic woman with audacio…
Swedish title: Jag vill sätta världen i rörelse
Category: Non Fiction
Pub date: 16-08-2019