At the age of seven, Ester Roxberg decided to become a writer, and her literary carrier took off for real when she was awarded The Small August Prize for her poem Watch out little man, soon it will slam (Se upp lilla människa för snart smäller det) in 2004.
Ester Roxberg was born in Zimbabwe, after growing up in a small town in south of Sweden, she is now living in Malmö
Moa Eriksson Sandberg was born in 1981. After working as a freelance journalist for several years, she made her debut with the autobiographical youth novel Sweet boys are not for real (Söta pojkar är bara på låtsas) in 2011. Since then, she has published several critically acclaimed books for both younger and older readers.
She lives with her family in Lund. In addition to her own writing, she teaches writing children’s literature at Linnaeus University.
Together Ester and Moa have written the critically acclaimed book of short stories, Corridors, and a new book will be released in 2021.