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Check out our upcoming events in the events calendar:
» www.bookshop.se/events

How to order

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How to order from us

Our webshop is on the blink, and while we prepare for the new and improved shop – here’s how to order from us:

Just get in touch! We love talking to you and helping you personally with any books you might be looking for.

For mailorders you can email uppsala@bookshop.se or message us on facebook messenger: m.me/UppsalaEnglishBookshop (with the Ask us chat bubble on this page you can chat also as a guest)

If you have a question for your local bookshop, want to order for pick-up, or have a favourite bookshop to talk to – get in touch with your local bookshop:

UPPSALA email: uppsala@bookshop.se 
or messenger: m.me/UppsalaEnglishBookshop (or use the Ask us chat bubble on this page)

STOCKHOLM email: stockholm@bookshop.se 
or messenger: m.me/EnglishBookshopSthlm

GÖTEBORG email: goteborg@bookshop.se 
or messenger: m.me/EnglishBookshopGBG

Or get in touch any other way, we’re happy to help with your questions and orders!

Author signings at the Book Fair

Our stand C03:30 at the Book Fair in Göteborg

GÖTEBORG BOOOK FAIR | Friday 23 & Saturday 24 Sept

In Göteborg for the book fair? Do drop by our stand C 03:30 and discover books by South African authors, as well as other visiting authors from the English speaking world. Author signings in the stand, see signing schedule below.

Our brand new shop in Göteborg just opened, come by Kungsgatan 19 for a very special offer (and extra long shop hours this inaugural weekend).

Book signings in our stand C03:30 at the bookfair

Friday 23 Sept
14.00-14.30 Helen Macdonald
14.30-15.00 Sarah Moss
15.30-16.00 Edward Carey
16.00-16.30 Lauren Groff
16.30–17.00 Sheila O’Flanagan

Saturday 24 Sept
13.00–13.30 Natasha Lester
13.30–14.00 Elly Griffiths
14.00–14.30 Claire Lombardo
14.30–15.00 A.C. Grayling
15.00–15.30 John Keene
17.30–18.00 Andrey Kurkov

Grand Opening of the Göteborg bookshop

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Grand Opening Göteborg – Thurs 22 Sept 18:00

GÖTEBORG | Thursday 22 Sept from 18:00

We’re excited and delighted (and just a tad nervous), to be able to welcome you to the GRAND OPENING of the new bookshop in Göteborg!

Join us at Kungsgatan 19 in Göteborg (a stone’s throw from Domkyrkan and next door to our colleagues SF-Bokhandeln) for our opening night on Thursday from 18.00 (to 22-ish).

Mingle with authors & fellow book lovers. Browse the shelves.
Book signings. Refreshments. Festivities!

Welcome to Kungsgatan 19 – bring friends & family!

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We’re opening a new bookshop in Göteborg!

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We’re opening a shop in Göteborg!

THIS JUST IN! We’re ecstatically excited to finally reveal – we’re opening a bookshop in Göteborg! Come September, our third bookshop will open its doors on Kungsgatan 19 in central Göteborg.

Read more here: www.bookshop.se/goteborg

Sign up for the newsletter on the page, follow the facebook page for the Göteborg shop – and do tell all your friends on the west coast!

Support Ukrainian publisher Vivat and their employees

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Support Ukrainian publisher Vivat and their employees

The Ukrainian publisher Vivat is based in Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine – a city heavily affected by the current war. They need our help.

All the money from their current activities are used to support their employees who have been forced to leave their homes, as well as to print books that are so necessary and important for culture and society, even in times of war.

Help us help our Ukrainian friends. We are donating the proceeds of our sidewalk sales to Vivat, and you can help by swishing funds to us marked ”Ukraina Vivat” and we will pass them on. Send your contribution to our Swish number 123 038 70 01. Thanks for your support!

Click Read more for a Swish QR code and to read more about the publishing house and the situation in Ukraine.

Anders Fager & Yukiko Duke – a conversation on horror

Anders Fager and Yukiko Duke in conversation

STOCKHOLM | Friday 20th May at 18:00. Free.

Come and meet Anders Fager & Yukiko Duke and listen to them discussing their dark past. You will hear the truth about the Mummy of Sätra, the truth about genre literature in Sweden and how ­Anders Fager’s ­graphic novel The Crows is doing in the USA.

And Yukiko will explain to Anders why he never will become ­a national treasure…

Book signing at the event – bring your books or buy at the bookshop.

Friday 20th May at 18:00. Free event!
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The event is part of Stockholms bokhelg.

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Author talk: ”In Every Mirror She’s Black” – Lọlá Ákínmádé Åkerström

”In Every Mirror She’s Black” – Lola Akinmade Åkerström

STOCKHOLM | Saturday 21st May at 17:00. Free.

Meet Lọlá Ákínmádé Åkerström, award-winning author, speaker, and photographer. Nigerian-American, based in Stockholm.

In a conversation about being a Black woman in Sweden with Palmira Koukkari Mbenga, journalist and ­producer for Dagens Nyheter’s podcast Studio DN.

An arresting debut novel for anyone looking for insight into what it means to be a Black woman in the world.

Book signing at the event – bring your books or buy at the bookshop.

Saturday 21st May at 17:00. Free event!
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The event is part of Stockholms bokhelg.

Author visit & book release ”The Sky Over Rebecca” by Matthew Fox

The Sky Over Rebecca – Book release & author visit

STOCKHOLM | Saturday 7th May at 17.00. Free event!

Join the book release celebrations in the Stockholm bookshop together with author Matthew Fox!

The Sky Over Rebecca is a new fantasy novel for readers age 10 and up, set in Stockholm in the deep midwinter. Winner of the Bath Children’s Novel Award!

Reading! Book signing! Celebration & refreshments!
Saturday 7th May at 17.00 in the Stockholm bookshop
Free event – bring a friend.

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Talk by Emma Clery ”Jane Austen and the regency scandal”

Talk ”Jane Austen and the regency scandal” by Emma Clery

UPPSALA | Thursday 12th May at 19.00. Ticketed.

** Event fully booked! Contact the bookshop for the waiting list. **

Emma Clery, professor of English Literature at Uppsala University, talks about Jane Austen, her life, and the regency period.

What were the social and economic realities for Austen’s heroines, and what makes her books so popular today – more than 200 years after they were written?

Thursday 12th May at 19:00
Tickets 60:- Tea & yummy cake included.

Event is now fully booked – drop by the shop or email uppsala@bookshop.se to sign up for the waiting list.

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