Welcome to Then24 Kultur’s stand in Gothenburg

This is a cultural article which is part of Then24’s opinion journalism.

Let’s be honest – seeing calls on the screen never really took off. Nor that industry people walked around in deserted premises, like last year. This edition of the Book and Library Fair in Gothenburg is back in the form we know and love. We think it will be incredibly fun, and hope you like the program we put together. New for this year is that Then24 Kultur collaborates with Nätverkstan Kulturtidskrifter, which has been a great asset. We simply share the points, but everything takes place in the same booth.

The program day by day in Then24’s booth no. B07:40



Readings from “Poems – An Anthology for Ukraine”

Pamela JaskowiakLeif Jordansson, Petra Mölnstad, Jesper Brygger


The journal Fronesis on the up-valuation of rural areas – the task of culture and politics.

Marit Kapla, Jörgen Johansson, Carl Wilén


Galagos / Bild & Bubbla wonder: What the hell is going on?

Golden age or exhaustion syndrome in the Swedish comic cultures.

Rojin Pertow, Fredrik Strömberg, Sofia Olsson


The newspaper Vi’s Hugo Alm presents Nicolas Lunabbas


Galagos: Mats Jonsson about “When we were Sami”.

Mars Jonsson, Sofia Olsson.


The theater newspaper about failures – a prerequisite for creativity, artistic experimentation and comedy.

Frida Röhl, Marit Kapla, Birgitta Haglund


Ask the liberal

Mattias Svensson and Johannes Klenell


Four portraits and a thousand details

Ia Genberg, Karin Pettersson on the acclaimed “Details”


Troll armies – how was the Swedish election affected by unauthorized means on Twitter?

Mattias Beijmo, Karin Pettersson.


Cultural policy or crash?

Karin Pettersson, Daniel Suhonen (Katalys) and Andreas Johansson Heinö (Timbro)


A Book for No One (Except Nietzsche)

Isabella Nilsson, Rasmus Landström


Social democratic conspiracy theories

Lena Andersson, Anna Björklund


The debate about the climate that the election campaign lacked

Enna Gerin, Mattias Svensson, Kalle Sundin


Activism or necessary criticism on the culture pages?

Sven Anders Johansson, Lisa Irenius, Karin Pettersson


Elis Monteverde Burrau roasts the Book Fair



Merciless life

Lina Wolff, Jenny Högström


Astro-extra: This is how your book fair will be

Liv Strömquist, Anna Andersson


I took a taxi to the war

Staffan Heimerson, Martin Schori


Seven sisters in the wilderness

Anneli Jordahl, Rasmus Landström

12:00 – 12:20

Forest country Sweden

Lisa Rostlund, Goran Greider

12:30 – 12:50

Greedy Sweden after the election

Andreas Cervenka, Karin Pettersson

13:00 – 13:20

New time, same figures

Jan Guillou, Martin Schori

13:30 – 13:50

Örnen & Kråkan and Then24 on the state of Swedish lyric criticism

Edith Söderström, Helena Boberg, Jenny Högström

14:00 – 14:20

Ord & Bild and Then24 about the climate and Iran

Shora Esmailian, Ann Ighe, Karin Pettersson

14:30 – 14:50

Words & Pictures about power and memory

Ann Ighe, Mikael Nydahl

15:00 – 15:20

Home cooking and trend scouting with gastronaut

Stefan Ekengren, Tove Oskarsson Henckel

15:30 – 15:50

Galago presents Marie Tillman and Karolina Bång

Moderated by Sofia Olsson

16:00 – 16:20

Provins – northern literary magazine about reconciliation or continued colonization of Sápmi

Åsa Simma, Carl Åkerlund

16:30 – 16:50

The Kulturtidskrifter network presents “No words without voices” – Release Platform #3

Editors Khaled Alesmael and Emma Melldén talk to Mari Alarcón at the magazine Meänmaa

17:00 – 17:20

Ottar: Time to talk about the clitoris!

Jenny Jägerfeld, Suzann Larsdotter, Ida Måwe

17:30 – 17:50

The caravan meets Putuma: The strong voice of poetry highlights what is hidden by history

Koleka Putuma, Hedda Krausz Sjögren


9:30 – 9:50

Moment in a war

Peter Englund, Karin Pettersson

10:00 – 10:20

The Lyric Friend – The poets face doom

Sven Anders Johansson, Sofia Roberg, David Zimmerman

10:30 – 10:50

Provins and Rámus publishing house – Srebrenica and the inherent memories of the heritage mass

Ivica Dikic, Sanjin Pejkovic


We read – Irresistible figures

Karin Smirnoff, Klas Östergren, Per Svensson


Caravan – Science fiction as a social sail and reading party

Masande Ntshanga, Birgitta Wallin


Network / Imago – Artist Johanna Backman

Johanna Backman, Emma Melldén


Glänta – Mbembe: Critique of the black reason

Christina Kullberg, Stefan Helgesson

13:00 – 13:20

About culture magazines and daily press

Anna Roosvall, Anne Ighe, Karin Pettersson

13:30 – 13:50

The summit – about the election

Karin Pettersson, Göran Greider and Daniel Suhonen

14:00 – 14:20

Love, sadness and Bengals

Jack Hildén, Joel Kellgren

14:30 – 14:50

The genealogy of pain

Caroline Ringskog Ferrada-Noli, Donia Saleh

15:00 – 15:20

Legalist in search of justice

Eric Rosén, Alex Schulman

15:30 – 15:50

Malma station

Alex Schulman, Eric Rosén

16:00 – 16:20

Liberal Confessions

Romina Pourmokhtari, Jack Hildén

16:30 – 16:50

How do we save the school?

Åsa Plesner, Emma Leijnse, Anna Andersson


10:00 – 10:20

The Hemingway Woman

Johanna Fränden, Martin Schori

10:30 – 10:50

Taking a class in literature

Åsa Arping, Rasmus Landström

11:00 – 11:20

Mopping floors with Maja Ekelöf

Nina van den Brink, Rasmus Landström

11:30 – 11:50

About the real – the art of the impossible

New issue of Paletten

Fredrik Svensk, Sinziana Ravini, Ulrika Stahre

12:00 – 12:20

New series, same characters

Jan Guillou

12:30 – 12:50

Diary notes from mother’s nursing home

Annie Reuterskiöld, Minna Höggren

13:00 – 13:20

Swedish PEN: Under Ukraine’s open sky. Voices from a war

Kholod Saghir (Swedish PEN)

13:30 – 13:50

The journal MANA presents “Bread and roses” – beyond the white gaze

Tara Aflaki, Zara Pegah Salahi, Adriana Aries Rastén, Matilda Lilja

14:00 – 14:20

Filter: See through the bullshit

Madelene Pollnow, Mattias Göransson

14:30 – 14:50

The magazine Skriva – A Sweden that hardens

Torbjörn Flygt, Johanna Wiman

15:00 – 15:20

In other words: The translator as introducer – a thing of the past?

Annina Rabe, Daniel Gustafsson

15:30 – 15:50

Parnass: What book has changed you?

Åsa Arping, Natascha Lazslo, Charlotta Kåk’s Voice hammers

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