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Book launch: The Magdalena File – Jon Stenhugg

Launch The Magdalena File – Jon Stenhugg

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 15th February at 18:30

Three may keep a secret, if two of them dead. When a ship goes down in the Baltic, a deadly secret surfaces, and everyone wants it.

Jon Stenhugg launches his latest book The Magdalena File – Sara Markham and John Hurtree uncover foreign and domestic forces working to destroy Stockholm.

Short talk about some of the problems which arise when writing fiction based on historical events.

Author reading & signing. Free.

Book launch: It’s All Coming Back – On love after the war

Book launch: It’s all coming back – Jon kahn

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 18th Jan at 18:30

He was Jewish, she had a Nazi-friendly father. 
How could they make a life out of that and how did they tell each other the difficult things. 

Jon Kahn launches his book ”It’s All Coming Back – On love after the war” – a book about how it was to find love after the war even if you had the most differing backgrounds. Based on a true family story. 

Welcome to discover a different love story! 
Author reading & signing. Free.

Epiphany Shop Hours

Epiphany Shop Hours

UPPSALA & STOCKHOLM | January 5th–7th

The Uppsala shop:

Twelfth Night / Trettondagsafton
Friday 5th Jan 10-17

Epiphany / Trettondagen
Saturday 6th Jan 12-17

Sunday 7th Jan open as usual 12–16.

The Stockholm shop:
 
Twelfth Night / Trettondagsafton
Friday 5th Jan 11–17
 
Epiphany / Trettondagen
Saturday 6th Jan 12–16
 
Sunday 7th Jan open as usual 12–16. 

New Year’s Holiday Shop Hours

New Year's Holiday Shop Hours

UPPSALA & STOCKHOLM | New Year’s Holidays

Uppsala
Saturday 30th Dec  10–17
New Year’s Eve 31st Dec  12–15
New Year’s Day 1 st Jan  Closed

Stockholm
Saturday 30th Dec  11–16
New Year’s Eve 31st Dec  Closed
New Year’s Day 1st Jan  Closed

Christmas Hours at the bookshops

Christmas Hours at the bookshops

UPPSALA & STOCKHOLM | ’Tis the season...

We’re keeping extra long shop hours at our bookshops to do what we can to make these days leading up to the holidays a little less hectic and frantic. Welcome in. (And don’t forget to breathe...)


Uppsala
Mon–Tue 10–19
Wed-Fri 10–20
Sat 23rd 10–17
Christmas Eve and Day Closed
Boxing Day 26th 12–15

Stockholm
Mon–Fri 10–19
Sat 23rd 10–16
Christmas 24th–26th Closed
Open as usual from 27th.

Poetry Night with Ahu Smith & Linda Ghaderi

Poetry Night with Ahu Smith and Linda Ghaderi

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 14th Dec at 18:30. Free.

A Search for Belonging in Flesh and Soul 
with Ahu Smith & Linda Ghaderi

Take time out from the Christmas frenzy for an evening with poets Ahu Smith and Linda Ghaderi.

Poetry reading and talk about life, belonging, and digging in the dirt for meaning.

Come in, warm up, the kettle will be on

Welcome to an evening of poetry!

» Visit Ahu’s site Authentic Traveler
» Visit Linda’s site LindaGhaderi.com

Click Read more for a presentation of the poets

Release: ”Glass Town” – Steven Savile

Release ”Glass Town” – Steven Savile

STOCKHOLM | Tuesday 5h Dec at 18:30 Free

There's always been magic in our world
We just needed to know where to look for it 

Join us for the official release party of Steven Savile’s latest book: GLASS TOWN in the Stockholm shop.

Presentation and reading by Steven, interview and Q&A, signing and partying! Snacks & refreshments served! 

Steven Savile is an international sensation, selling over half a million copies of his novels worldwide and writing for cult favourite television shows including Doctor Who, Torchwood, and Stargate.

Now, he is finally making his US debut with Glass Town, a brilliantly composed novel revolving around the magic and mystery lurking in London:

Author visit: Chris Jagger - ”Escorting the Monarch”

Author visit ”Escorting the Monarch” - Chris Jagger

STOCKHOLM | Monday 4th Dec at 17:00–18:00

Chris Jagger presenting and signing ”Escorting the Monarch – We Lead Others Follow”

Escorting the Monarch tells as close to an official history of the Special Escort Group (SEG) as one could hope for. Formed in 1952 and charged to protect HRH Queen Elizabeth, as well as visiting heads of state, terrorist prisoners, and priceless property – the group has an incredible history.

Son of a retired SEG officer, Chris builds on thorough archival research and privileged anecdotes gleaned from private interviews with former members of this world-class team.

Poetry Game Night in Stockholm

Poetry Game Night in Stockholm

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 30th Nov at 18:30

ビギン!Let’s play! Join us on Thursday for a Poetry Game Night – we’ll play an English version of the ancient (and action-packed) Japanese poetry game Karuta. 

Karuta is known as an intellectual martial arts game in Japan – but no prior knowledge is needed for our game night! No need to know Japanese, or even English poetry – just grab the correct cards before the others do in order to win!

Fun for all – and you could win a gift certificate to the Japanese restaurant Blue Light Yokohama in Sofo!

Free – bring family and friends!

Read more on the facebook events page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/139675673357548/

What happens after #metoo?

What happens after #metoo?

STOCKHOLM | Friday 24th Nov at 18–20

We’re proud to be hosting the launch for We Need to Talk – solidarity and survivorship.
A book about what happens after #metoo by award-winning spoken word artist Agnes Török.

This is a free event, open to all. 10% of proceeds from the book are donated to organisations working to end sexual violence and support victims and survivors.

Come for the poetry reading, and the panel discussion of what to do after #metoo. Stay for the mingle, snacks and chance to support the great work of FATTA, Föreningen Tillsammans and Stjärnjouren - Sundbybergs Tjejjour among others. Refreshments, merchandise and books sold.

WE NEED TO TALK
is a call to arms.
A voice in the silence.
The beginnings of a plan on How To Change Everything.
Let’s start right now.

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