Swedish Radio, Kulturnytt, about the new novel Baby Blues by author Ester Roxberg. Ester Roxberg’s story gets close, while there is a light and airiness in the language of the story that is about everyday life and the new-born friend called the Apple Girl, whose life as a mother is absolutely perfect. At least on […]
BNP is first out with a wonderful review of the new novel Baby Blues by Ester Roxberg. “In all its obtrusive sadness, repetitive insecurity and then the silent scream…” WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED?! “- The spirit of Roxberg’s storytelling is so painfully close to reality. I was Agnes. “…” We need new narratives about maternity […]
Malmö.se features a big interview with author Ester Roxberg about her new novel Baby Blues. A mother wanders alone around with the stroller in 30-degree Stockholm in the middle of July. All friends are away on vacation and there is nowhere to go with a small baby, in addition to the open preschool and parent […]
Welcome to the release party for Baby Blues, the new novel by author Ester Roxberg at Stockholm City Libary on Oct 25th at 6 p.m. Appearance by the author and free entrance! A mother wanders alone around with the stroller in 30-degree Stockholm in the middle of July. All friends are away on vacation and […]
The blog Villa Freja praises Baby Blues by author Ester Roxberg. “I don’t like the summer, I like to long for it, to keep it. I never dare to enjoy the summer because it’s over so fast.” That’s two sentences that Ester Roxberg writes in Baby Blues and I recognize myself. Tragic, but true. That’s […]
Baby Blues by author Ester Roxberg is covered by media directly. The novel was released a day ago, and is already a success. The Swedish Arts Council features the book in their publication New Swedish Books as one of the best novels of this autumn in Swedish literature. In the Magazine Parents she is featured […]
The upcoming novel, Baby Blues, by author Ester Roxberg, is featured in the publication New Swedish Books published by the Swedish Arts Council. You can read the online publication here.
Author Ester Roxberg is a member of the European project Ideas Powered, working on making information public about copyright among other things, that has become an issue not at least in the cyberworld we all live in today. Here Ester share her thoughts on this important matter.
A mother wanders alone around with the stroller in 30-degree Stockholm in the middle of July. All friends are away on vacation and there is nowhere to go with a small baby, in addition to the open preschool and parent group she attends. The daily life surrounds her like a wet blanket, and she lives […]
Read an excerpt of this book here. What do we know about our parents? They’re never anything but parents. They do what parents do, listen but never speak. Help you up but they themselves stay down. One day you’ll start to wonder who they are. Those people who’ve always just been there. You realize that […]
The film rights for the novel My dad, Ann-Christine – the Memory of a secret are sold to Avanti Film AB. My dad, Ann-Christine – the memory of a secret is a story based on her own reality, and how much we really know about our parents. In the year of 2010, 58-year-old priest and […]