Fredrik Nyberg 




Fredrik Nyberg 

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* 10.06.1968, Gothenburg, Švedska
živi v: Gothenburg, Švedska

Fredrik Nyberg was born in 1968 in Gothenburg where he still lives. He debuted in 1998 with the poetry-book En annorlunda praktik (A Different Practice) that in translation by Jennifer Hayashida was short-listed for Best Translated Book Award in 2008.

In all Fredrik Nyberg has published five books of poetry: En annorlunda praktik (1998), Blomsterur (2000), Åren (2002), Det blir inte rättvist bara för att båda blundar (2006) and Nio, nine, neun, neuf (2008). Together with his wife Lotta Magnusson Nyberg he has also written the children's book Pandi och kamelen träffar surikaterna (2007).

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Nyberg has been in the editorial board for the reviews Ord & Bild and OEI and is currently doing his PhD in creative writing at the University of Gothenburg. Together with the musician Lars Carlsson Nyberg he also makes electronic word-sound compositions under the name MonoMono, who has released the album ASDR (2011).

  • En annorlunda praktik

    Published in English: A Different Practice, translation by Jennifer Hayashida

    Stockholm: Norstedts, 1998

  • Blomsterur

    Stockholm: Norstedts, 2000

  • Åren

    Stockholm: Norstedts, 2002

  • Det blir inte rättvist bara för att båda blundar

    Stockholm: Norstedts, 2006

  • Pandi och kamelen träffar surikaterna

    Children's book written together with Lotta Magnusson Nyberg

    Göteborg: Kabusa Böcker, 2007

  • Nio, nine, neun, neuf

    Stockholm: Norstedts, 2008