17 Apr 2024
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SciFiWorld Stockholm 2024: A Galactic Celebration of Sci-Fi and Fantasy

The much-anticipated SciFiWorld Stockholm event has come and gone, leaving behind memories of an exhilarating journey into the realms of science fiction and fantasy. Held on March 2-3, 2024, at the expansive Solnahallen venue, the event offered a larger space than ever before, accommodating a multitude of activities, exhibitors, and enthusiasts. Attendees were immersed in […]

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Writers’ houses you should visit in Stockholm

If you are new to Stockholm or a local person who has been in a search of captivating places, this guide is for you. There are plenty of writers’ houses, where famous masters stayed and had a tranquil retreat. This is where popular publishings were made and published afterward. So, those who have an extreme […]

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Patti Smith opens Eighteen Stations photo exhibition in Stockholm

Perhaps there is no past or future, only the perpetual present that contains this trinity of memory. Patti Smith Artist, performer and poet Patti Smith was present at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern to inaugurate her own photo exhibition called Eighteen Stations. With striking kindness Smith strolled around her exhibition, saying hi to the public and signing books before giving […]

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Interview: Meet inspiring author and film maker Naseem Quraishi-Larsson

We are living in a world where women want to be more than just storytellers. Women want to inspire more than they did before. We talked to Naseem Quraishi-Larsson, who is a CEO and film producer for QL Filmdevelopment. She is an author, public speaker, and film maker with a strategy and change consultant background. She […]

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Interview: Christian Åkerlund, writer and psychologist

Psychologists have a professional training and clinical skill to help people learn to cope more effectively with life issues and mental health problems. They work with indivi­duals, families and groups. Most people who initiate counseling do not have a serious mental illness. They have life challenges or are going through difficult life-cycle transitions that may […]

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Stockholm Reads: Study English through Literature

Looking to challenge and improve your English skills in a fun, social setting? Well look no further! This autumn, sign up for English Literature in Stockholm! The concept behind the class is simple: once you have the basics of the language in hand, what better way to take it to the next level than by […]

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Stockholm Life: Book Sale 2014

Get ready to pull out your wallet and your reading glasses!

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YLC Top Picks: Romantic Reads

Romantic Reads covers a lot of territory: from Civil War drama to modern romps through frothy silliness. Whether you’re looking for a good weep or a belly laugh, we’ve got some great reading choices for February.    Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell Love stories don’t often get as dramatic a back-drop as the […]

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ABBA Piano Stars in New Book by Björn Ulvaeus

Legendary ABBA singer/songwriter Björn Ulvaeus has stepped into the world of literature with a book aimed at children, telling the story of the instrument that many of ABBA’s greatest hits were composed on. The new book is called The Little White Piano and is aimed at children from 7 years of age and up. Ulvaeus and […]

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Books for January: Great reads you’re not going to want to miss

With the warm weather still in the distance there’s plenty of time to curl up with a great book while we wait (and wait) for the warmer weather to arrive. We’ve done a lot of reading during the cold, dark winter and plan on doing plenty more.  Here’s five great reads for January, from mystery […]

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