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About Swedish Book Review

The main aim of Swedish Book Review, launched in 1983, is to present Swedish literature to the English-speaking world. Published in two main issues and a supplement every year, it carries translated extracts from the works of Swedish writers, often together with an introductory article.

SBR has its own website at, containing details of current and previous issues, extracts, subscriptions and how to contribute.

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Swedish Book Review is the journal of SELTA (the Swedish-English Literary Translators' Association), and is published by Norvik Press.

Swedish Book Review is editorially independent, but gratefully acknowledges regular funding by the Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs, the Swedish Institute, and the Swedish Information Service (New York). We are also grateful to have received several grants from the Swedish Academy. Swedish and Finland-Swedish publishers kindly provide books, useful information, and permissions.

ISSN: 0256-8119

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