Kristian Lundberg is considered being the most important author in Sweden, his first book was published in 1991, Genom september (Through September) and since then he as written over 20 books.
His novel Och allt ska vara kärlek (And everything should be love) was awarded with the Swedish Radio Novel Prize, and before that he was the recipient of several awards such as the Ivar Lo Prize and the Aniara Award. The poetry book Job was nominated for the August Prize in 2005. In May 2013 he received the Swedish Academy Signe Ekblad-Eldh award. He was awarded the Ahlin-Prize of 2014 and the ABF Literary & Art prize of 2014 for his novel En hemstad (A home town). His novel Yarden (The Yard) was released as a movie spring 2016, and has been broadcasted as a drama at Swedish Radio and on stage at theaters. He is published in 11 countries.
His latest novel, Those who shall die, is a crime story taking place in the darkest alleys in the city of Malmö. He is now writing on a new novel to be released autumn 2019, A small book about hell.
(For international publishing)
De som skall dö (Those who shall die)
Yarden (The Yard)
Published: 2009, 2015, 2016
Film rights: Anagram
Theater: Malmö Stadsteater, Swedish Radio Theater