Therese Bohman grew up in Kolmården outside of Norrköping but currently lives in Stockholm. She is an arts journalist and regularly contributes to national newspaper Expressen and periodical Tidningen Vi.
Bohman’s 2010 debut novel Drowned received critical acclaim, both in Sweden and internationally and was even selected as an Oprah Winfrey Summer Read. Her second novel The Other Woman, published in 2014, was shortlisted for the Nordic Council Prize and Swedish Radio’s Fiction Prize, while her third novel Eventide, published in 2016, was shortlisted for Sweden’s most prestigious literary award, the August Prize.
Therese has also been awarded Norrköping’s municipality culture scholarship in memory of Moa Martinsson and shortlisted for Tidningen Vi:s literature prize in 2014. She was also awarded the Christmas award from “Samfundet De Nio”.
Her latest novel Andromeda, to be published in September 2022, takes place at a publishing house in Stockholm where we follow the complex relationship between the intern Sofie and the literary director Gunnar.
Photo: Kajsa Göransson