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Lesbian Love and Spanish abortion at the feminist festival in Malmö (2015)
Between 12 to 14 June 2015 I was at the Feminist festival held at Moriska Paviljongen in the People's Park in Malmö. It is a free festival with a focus on feminism, activism, knowledge and culture, which in addition to poetry, music and feminist speechs also contained cartoons about lesbian love and a cartoon inspired poster to criticize abortion laws in Spain.

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A meeting between comics and music on SIS 2015 (2015)
I made a text and photo reportage of the 2015 edition of the Stockholm International Comics Festival and concentrated on an exciting concept where a comic had a soundtrack. "No man is an island" is a concept with a cartoon and three songs that complement the story.

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Report from the new Malmö Seriefest (2015)
I visited the new arrangement Malmö Comics Party and came back with fresh interviews and photos. For example: An interview about Visual storytelling that is a six-month long education at Malmö University. The training is largely practical, but also academic with a lot of writing. I also made an interview with Victor Jäderlund who wrote and signed "Victory," a comic about the history of the deaf.

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Comic Con Gamex or a meeting between comics, cosplay and video games (2014)
I have been at the premiere for Comic Con Gamex in Stockholm, one from a comics perspective controversial exhibition where even games and movies have a huge space.

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Reports from the Book Fair 2014 Part 1 of 3 (2014)
I have been at the Gothenburg Book Fair and came back with a big report which was divided into three parts. Initially, focus is on the new books "Mentally ill" and "the Comic Geeks Cookbook".

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Reports from the Book Fair 2014 Part 2 of 3 (2014)
My story from the Book Fair continues with interviews with some of the cartoonists who made speeches at the Comic scene. Natalia Batista talks about geek feminism and realesed her latest album "Sword Princess Amaltea". "The black earth" was released by Lars Krantz. "It describes a society in decay, but with supernatural elements", said Krantz. Liv Strömqvist and Lotta Sjöberg were also there signing their books.

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Reports from the Book Fair 2014 Part 3 of 3 (2014)
This article includes: "Flipped", "For a second, the reality disapears, and when it comes back again it over-compensate with wands, witch brooms and robotic arms," said Yume one of the creators. "Little Berlin" is a comic that runs daily in the Metro newspaper. "In the comic we follow a bunch of restless city dwellers and their everyday problems" says Ekman.

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Dotterbolaget (Company of daughters) came to the Gothenburg Culture Festival with a comics relay and a reading aloud show (2014)
This is a report from Dotterbolagets workshops during the Gothenburg Culture Festival in mid-August 2014.

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Manga stereotypes, comics release and lectures at the Stockholm International Comics Festival part 1 of 3 (2014)
In this first report in text and pictures from SIS 2014, we are acquainted with, among other things, manga stereotypes, "Little Berlin" and Sylvain Runberg.

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Manga stereotypes, comics release and lectures at the Stockholm International Comics Festival part 2 of 3 (2014)
This second part of my report include: "Breaks" a comic that catched my attention. It is drawn in shades of green and turns out to be a comic in the setting of a educational and criminal environment in England, which is about a guy who comes out as gay. "Revenge" is about an immigrant family that have fled to Sweden because of a civil war. New conflicts arise when the enemy to the family suddenly pops up in Sweden.

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Manga stereotypes, comics release and lectures at the Stockholm International Comics Festival last part of 3 (2014)
This last part of my report include: "Going Chrono" by Elin Alskog Berglund that is something as unusual as a comic where all the characters are talking horses. "Fylgia" is an independent horror comic for adults set in Uppsala and is about a girl who gets her identity stolen.

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New comics school in Denmark (2014)
If you want to learn drawing comics in a creative environment, getting a college degree and additionally meet new friends with the same interest as you from all over the world, you need not go further than Denmark. There is namely the start-up program in Graphic Storytelling that offer just that.

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Photo report from this year's Book Fair (2013)
As usual, I made a personal story from the book fair. This year's book fair included: Nanna Johansson and Hanna Gustavsson, who signed at the same time, and the queue was really long to Johansson's new book "How to Cure a feminist" and Hanna Gustavsson, released the graphic novel "Night Child".

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On signing with Oscar Hjelmgren and Yvette Gustafsson (2013)
On 28 August, could the one who wanted get twice signed as Oscar Hjelmgren released his new album "Beyond the darkness of space" and Yvette Gustafsson released "Zak & Ting". I met the two cartoonists at Science Fiction bookstore in Gothenburg.

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SIS 13: Manga signing and criticism of capitalism at this year's comics festival in Stockholm (2013)
This is a short article about my experience of events at the beginning of the comics festival in Stockholm, more precisely, on Friday, April 26. I reported from: Mattias Elftorps book release of "Piracy is Liberation volume 01" and the exhibition: "Eight manga artists interpret daydreams".

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Comics crowd at Altcom (2012)
So then AltCom is over, the comics festival to promote adult comics in Malmö that 7-11 November 2012 attracted both Swedish and international cartoonists from the alternative comics stage. The festival consisted mainly of three things, a free comic book called "No Borders", a comics market and a lecture stage and bar.

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Comics news, parties and signings at this year's Book Fair (2012)
Also this year, there were more exciting encounters with comics creators like Donald Duck cartoonist Don Rosa and news from the comic world.

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Full speed at the Stockholm International Comics Festival (2012)
Memorial Ceremony, new comic book, Swedish and international cartoonists, cosplay and especially comics sales. This is a rich story about Stockholm's major comic event in spring 2012.

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Lecture on Tintin and racism (2011)
30 November 2011 the lecture "Tintin and I" was held before a packed auditorium at Ädelfors folk high school. Behind the lecture was cartooning teacher Mats Brathe, who thoroughly went through the different ethnic groups represented in the Tintin comcis.

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Superheroes and prostitutes at Gothenburg Comics Festival (2011)
From Thursday 24/11 to Saturday 26/11 2011 lasted Gothenburg Comics Festival at Culture house Blå stället (Blue site). The activities included lectures, drawing battle and sales of comics.

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Oppression of women and couples when Liv Strömqvist comics becomes theater (2011)
Oppression of women and monogamous couples relationship were some of the topics discussed when Theatre group Tamauer put up "Whatever love means" based on Liv Strömqvist comics at Haga Theatre in Gothenburg.

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Thursday report from the Gothenburg Book Fair (2011)
Gothenburg Book Fair, a meeting point for book lovers, culture celebrities, and not least comics enthusiasts! If it is somewhere that you can find all Swedish cartoonists and publishers in one place every year it is here.

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Ädelfors folk high school the new comics school (2011)
Nowadays you can both study up high school grades and become a cartoonist at the same time. The solution is the general line of comics at Ädelfors folk high school.

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Report of SPX: Burlesque sketching, international guests and the campaign to free the cartoons (2011)
Small Press Expo is the meeting point for a variety of Swedish but also foreign cartoonists, comic experts and publishers and is held annually at the Kulturhuset in Stockholm. For four days between Thursday, May 5 and Sunday, May 8, 2011 there were movies, debates, lectures, and especially the sale of comic books and fanzines at bargain prices.

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Photo report from the 24-hour comic challenge (2010)
During the past weekend it was the 24-hour comic challenge around the world. In Sweden it was held in five locations. This photo report is from Gothenburg.

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Live action role playing in Norway based on "Y: The Last Man" (2010)
Imagine that every living male wiped out in a single day. The only exception seems to be Yorrick Brown, a young man in New York. This is the starting point for the series of albums "Y: The Last Man" by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, but also for the international LARP "Mad About The Boy" as the summer of 2010 gathered 40 Nordic participants in Norway.

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Swedish Comics Sins at Gothcon (2010)
Cartoonists and editors is perhaps not the first thing you think of to meet at a gaming convention. This was in spite of all what occurred during the convention Gothcon. I got an interview with Emi Greneby and Natalia Baptista on a new Swedish anthology on the theme of eroticism. "Swedish Comic Sin" that came out just in time for Small Press Expo in Stockholm year 2010.

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Final report: Comics collective and publisher founders at the last day of Comics Week (2010)
My final report from the Comics Week in Gothenburg in 2010. The Danish cartoonist Rikkei Bakman presented an autobiographical series and Thomas Thorhauge showed off their colorful album "Come Hem". Serie collective Världens Ende (World End) announced that it has plans to release a new anthology in time for the book fair. Moreover, news from Optimal.

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Abuse and scantily clad women - a report from the Comics Week in Gothenburg (2010)
On March 27 unveiled Malin Biller her new album, Martin Ernsten appeared and Grethe Nester and Norunn Blichfeldt were interviewed.

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Comics Week in Gothenburg: Wrestling and robot wars when the cartoonists challenged each other (2010)
On March 26, it was time for the drawing battle in Gothenburg, where the cartoonists make up on stage in front of a large audience. Themes this evening was wrestling, tivoli, the French Revolution, the Oscars and Alice in Wonderland. Cartoonist were: Max Gustafson, Tommi Musturi, Jenny Bedrock, Jacob Stålhammar, Loviisa Sjödin, Emrik Öhlander, Mark Singleton and Charles Johnson.

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Erotic, Fantasy and Inferno - report from the Comics Week in Gothenburg (2010)
On Thursday, March 25 unveiled Lina Neidenstam her sex comic "Maran", Mark Singleton showed his fanzine "Levande Serier", Fabian Göranson showed "Inferno," his interpretation of August Strindberg's book with the same name, and Karl Johnson presented the fantasy series "Mara från Ulthar".

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Vernissage started the Comics Week in Gothenburg (2010)
I meet, photographed and interviewed several Swedish artists at the 2010 edition of the Comics Week in Gothenburg. This year there was: live drawing, panel discussions, film screenings and drawing battles. Participants included: Nickan Jonasson, Yvette Gustafsson, Karl Holmqvist, Jenny Berggrund, Sebastian Ericson, Johannes Torstensson, Katja Lindblom and Henri Gyllander.

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Photo-reportage: Comics Exhibition at the Nordic Watercolour Museum (2010)
I visit the Nordic Watercolour Museum exhibiting art of Nordic cartoonists and interviewing Johan Eyssen (Comics expert) and Maja Gödicke (who works at the Museum).

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Female superheroes were exhibited in Gothenburg (2009)
On 4 April 2009 I visit Alexandra Hedberg art exhibition on female superheroes in the gallery Kaustik in Gothenburg.

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The last report from the Comics Week (2009)
In this last report from the Comics Week 27 March 2009, I am photographing Per A J Andersson active in the Swedish Comics Association who talks about "Breakfast anime". I also interview cartoonist Ola Skogäng with the album "Blood Mummy".

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Drawing battle at the Comics Week in Gothenburg (2009)
In this report from the Comics Week 26 March 2009 I photograph known cartoonist both at the city library and at the café Hängmattan (Hammock) where so-called "comics battle" took place before an audience. Participants were: Mikael Sol, Sara Granér, Mark Singelton, Jenny Berggrund, Johan Wanloo, Björn Härgestam, Petter Thomée, Karl Holmqvist, Yvette Gustafsson, Stef Gaines, Max Gustafson, Robin Warmark and Victor Tohverstrid.

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Cartoonist tight at the Comics Week inauguration (2009)
In this report from 23 March 2009 I tell you about how the Comics Week was inaugurated. I have photographed several Swedish artists and celebrities from the comics world. Speakers were: Gunnar Krantz, Jenny Bedrock, Joakim Hanner, Lisa Medin, Johan Wanloo, Max Gustavsson, Yvette Gustavsson, Stef Gaines, Nickan Jonasson and Karl Holmqvist.

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Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (2005)
In spring 2005, I had an internship at the magazine for the Swedish Society for Nature. I wrote several articles oriented toward nature and the environment. In the article "Adventure Trip through Florarna" I interviewed Jörgen Sjöström, who fought to preserve Florarna nature reserve. Cecilia Mellberg took pictures while I asked questions to Jörgen. In the same magazine is also the article "Amphitheater on the Natura 2000 site" also written by me, which describes the construction of an amphitheater in a protected area.

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Celebration with tradition and style (December 2001)
In this student-oriented Article I meet Sanna Erling, new Övermarsalk at Södertörn University College who tells us about the various celebrations that office organizes. Photographer Marie Lundgren immortalized Erling with a photograph.

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Summer job in another Nordic country (May 2001)
I had some thoughts about going abroad for a summer job. It was then that I came in contact with the Nordic Association that helps young people to travel to the neighboring Nordic countries to work. I and photographer Johanna Stenius met the association's president Heidi Viman, who talked about the association's activities.

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The country where you do what you want (February 2001)
"The country where you do what you want" was actually something as rare as a four-hour combined theater and film based on the graphic novel "V for Vendetta" by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. I had the opportunity to interview the show's director Mike Lindgren and talk with the actors behind the stage, while the photographer Anna Ehnbom took pictures. A fun kuriuosa in this context was that I in 2005 actually met Lloyd in person when he was visiting Sweden in Stockholm. Then the comic book had become a major film that went up in all the cinemas in the country. But for me, the theater in 2001 remain the best interpretation of "V for Vendetta".

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Music for the People (November 2000)
I discovered that you could try dancing reel to live music on Skeppsholmsgården in Stockholm. I really liked the atmosphere so after the first visit, I returned with photographer Katja Rummelt and the result can be read in the article "Music for the People."

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A striking martial art (September 2000)
My old childhood friend Christoffer Nordvall started training Ninjutsu, so what better than to interview him for the school's student newspaper? In "A striking martial art" I went with the photographer Carin Sturesson to document one of Christoffer's training sessions in Västra Haninge.

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The forgotten literature (May 2000)
In this first article for the student magazine Soda, I did a deep dive into cartoons. I interview Kristina Kolehmainen who managed Serieteket, a special library in Stockholm for comics. She talks about the activities of the library. In the same page is also the article "Student with a passionate interest for comics", which is a short interview I did with a comics interested girl at Södertörn University College.

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