Anna Jörgensdotter debuted in 2002 with the attentive novel Pappa Pralin and has since published both prose and poetry. She has won a series of prizes and awards, among those Ivar Lo Prize in 2010 for the novel Daughters of the Mountain.
Her sense of language is absolute, her words possess a kind of magical quality resembling Kerstin Ekman. Her previous novel, The dream of Ester, was praised in all media as the best novel she has ever written, and now – after the release of Solidärer, she has become better than herself.
Anna Jörgensdotter is also active as a freelance writer.
2017/18 she was awarded the Moa Martinsson Prize and VI Literary Award for her latest novel. She is also honored with the Sara Lidman Prize for her work as an author, and honored with the Norrland Literary Award for her novel Solidärer.
Awarded the Moa Martinsson Prize, the Norrland Literary Award and VI Literary Award.