Emelie Schepp four book deal in Iceland!

We’re very happy to announce that Priority One and the next three books in Emelie Schepp‘s Jana Berzelius series have gone to MTH in Iceland!


Steve Sem-Sandberg awarded the Gerard Bonnier Prize

The Swedish Academy has awarded Steve Sem-Sandberg the Gerard Bonnier Prize. The prize was established in 1988 and is awarded annually by the Swedish Academy to authors who are active in the Academy’s interest. The price is based on Gerhard Bonnier’s testamentary fund.

Child of the Skerries series in the Czech Republic

Czech rights to Child of The Skerries and the two upcoming books in Viveca and Camilla Sten‘s magical thriller trilogy have been sold to Dobrovsky.

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China continues with Super-Charlie series!

We have just closed a deal with Henan Tianxing Education & Media Co. Ltd in China for the 5th and 6th book of Super-Charlie series, “Super-Charlie and the Lion” and “Super-Charlie and the Missing Santa” by Camilla Läckberg & Millis Sarri.

First four books in the series will be out in the Chinese market tomorrow!

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Emelie Schepp and Jessica Schiefauer shortlisted for Stora Ljudbokspriset

The nominees for the 2016 Stora Ljudbokspriset were announced yesterday. Nordin Agency are happy to congratulate Emelie Schepp, nominated in the Suspense category for Prio ett, and Jessica Scheifauer, nominated in the Young Adult category for Pojkarna.

The winners will be announced march 6th, 2017. Stora Ljudbokspriset is arranged by Storytel.

See the full list of nominees here: http://svb.se/nyheter/de-nomineras-till-ljudbokspriset



Viveca and Camilla Sten’s magical trilogy sold to Norway

Child of The Skerries and the following two books in Viveca and Camilla Sten‘s supernatural trilogy starring twelve-year old Tuva have been sold to Gyldendal in Norway.

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Therese Bohman and Andrzej Tichý shortlisted for the August Prize 2016

Nordin Agency congratulates Andrzej Tichý and Therese Bohman, both of which have been nominated for the August Prize 2016. Their novels Wretchedness (Eländet) and Eventide (Aftonland) represent the best in Swedish contemporary fiction.

Eventide is Therese Bohman’s third novel. Through serene prose, Bohman tells the story of an art professor who is looking for freedom, but only seems to find loneliness. An ideological novel where our protagonist is trying to find a way to be her own individual without adjusting to anyone else’s ideals.

The jury’s motivation for Eventide:
“The night is closing in over Stockholm and it’s late at Frescati. Karolina is a newly separated art professor supervising a student with a sensational approach to a female symbolist. She uses sex, wine and decadent art to move between the contemporaries whose company she is unhappy with. Her class trip has reinforced her loneliness and the sweetness of revenge is all that remains. Therese Bohman has written a perceptive novel of ideas, it’s delicate and seemingly digestible.”

Through Wretchedness, Andrzej Tichý tells a visceral and urgent story about a young cellist forced to confront suppressed memories of his upbringing in the suburbs of Malmö. His experimental prose and beautiful character depiction enhance the political undertone of this brilliant novel.

The jury’s motivation for Wretchedness:
“One morning a young cellist meets himself – or someone he could have been – in the form of a beggar. From a repressed past rises a flow of voices, which testifies to vulnerability, abuse and violence. What should survivors do with their history? Can you be in solidarity with the friends you left behind? Andrzej Tichý depicts a miserable reality in a hard-hitting form. His polyphonic novel has a hard, rhythmic language and an inexorable fury.”

Congratulations to both of these extremely talented authors!

The August Prize is named after the famous Swedish author August Strindberg, and is one of the most celebrated and prestigious literary prizes in Sweden.

Founded by the Swedish Publishers’ Association in 1989, the intention was to institute an annual award for the best Swedish books of the year in order to increase public interest in Swedish contemporary literature. The August Prize is awarded in three categories: Best Swedish Fiction Book of the Year, Best Swedish Non-Fiction Book of the Year, and Best Swedish Children’s Book of the Year.

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Therese Bohman’s Aftonland sold to Norway and Denmark

We are delighted to announce that the August Prize shortlisted Eventide by Therese Bohman has been sold to Cappelen Damm in Norway and Gyldendal in Denmark!

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The Hermit reviewed in NY Times

Thomas Rydahl’s THE HERMIT named as one of The Latest and Best in Crime Fiction by the New York Times this week, describing Rydahl’s debut book as “A delightfully innovative whodunnit…dark good humour, imagination and originality.”

The Hermit was also announced Book of the Month for November by The Times in UK.

Read the full New York Times review here: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/20/books/review/the-latest-and-best-in-crime-fiction.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share

U.S. rights sold for Therese Bohman’s Aftonland

After publishing Therese Bohman‘s debut novel Drowned, which was picked for O’s 2012 Summer reading list, and continued success with The Other Woman, we are delighted to announce that Other Press in the US have bought Therese’s latest novel Eventide, which was recently shortlisted for the August Prize.

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