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16 September 2021

We look forward to attend the Frankfurt Book Fair again and would love to meet you. This year we will be there for two days, October 20th–21st, in 4.0A90.

Book spread
10 September 2021

September 16th at 3.00–4.00 pm. Join us and hear our best tips on how to apply for two of our grants.

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17 June 2021

The Sand Wolf series by the author Åsa Lind has been praised by children and critics all over the world. The Catalan translation of the popular illustrated Swedish children’s book has now been awarded the Children´s Literature Prize Atrapallibres. The Persian translation also won first prize of the prestigious Flying Turtle Awards, annually presented to top children's writers in Iran.

Vuxen som läser för ett barn.
1 June 2021

Each year the Swedish Institute for Children’s Books issues a report on the books published for children and young adults in Sweden in the previous year.

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27 May 2021

This year Gothenburg Book Fair will focus on digital events. Accordingly, The Fellowship program will be digital as well. One of the themes of the Book Fair will be Read, read, read, exploring all the ways to promote the lust for reading, especially among children and young adults.

Some of the titles being translated during 2021.
7 April 2021

The international interest in Swedish literature remains at a high level. During the first application round in 2021 we received a total of 171 applications regarding translation from Nordic and Non-Nordic publishing houses. 120 applications were approved with a total amount of 2,3 million Swedish kronor.

Sample translation grants has been awarded for the Spanish, Japanese, French, Italian, English, Croatian and Polish book markets.
29 March 2021

We are thrilled to announce that we have now approved sample translation grants for Swedish contemporary drama and literature for the Spanish, Japanese, French, Italian, English, Croatian and Polish book markets.

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25 March 2021

752 000 SEK have been awarded to twelve projects devoted to promoting Swedish literature around the world.

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22 March 2021

The 2021 prize winners of The Swedish Writers’ Union’s award The Catapult Prize for best Swedish debut and Borås Daily Newspaper’s Debut Award is now announced.

Fourteen nominees for the 2021 Nordic Council Literature Prize. Foto: norden.org.
25 February 2021

Fourteen Nordic novels, short stories, and poetry collections have been nominated for the 2021 Nordic Council Literature Prize. This year’s nominees span the entire Nordic Region with works from all countries and language areas. The winner will be announced in Copenhagen in conjunction with Session week in November.