Lars Jakobson

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Lars Jakobson as Guest of Honour at a Swedish science fiction convention in Gothenburg, 2001.

Lars Jakobson (1959, Lund) is a Swedish author. Among the awards he won are the Svenska Dagbladet book prize and the Selma Lagerlöf Prize, both in 2006.[1] For many years he lived in Stockholm.

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  • Vinterkvarteret (novel, 1985)
  • Vetten (novel, 1986)
  • Menageri (short stories, 1989)
  • Pumpan (novel, 1991)
  • Hemsökelser (short stories, 1994)
  • Kanalbyggarnas barn (novel, 1997)
  • I den Röda damens slott. En martiansk biografi (novel, 2000)
  • Stjärnfall. Om sf (essays, 2003) (Co-written with Ola Larsmo and Steve Sem-Sandberg)
  • Berättelser om djur och andra (short stories, 2004)
  • Vid den stora floden (novel, 2006)
  • Vännerna (novel, 2010)
  • Effekter (essays and short stories, 2011)

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