tisdag 9 december 2014

Svenssons novellsamling



Summary in English: this is about a short story collection written by Lennart Svensson, a book available only in Swedish.




1. Info

Härmed info om en bok skriven av mig. I fortsättningen av detta inlägg kommer jag att omtala mig själv i tredje person. Ske alltså. Boken det gäller är denna:

Titel: Eld och rörelse
Författare: Lennart Svensson
Utgivningsår: 2007
Förlag: Etherion

Pdf:en till boken finns här, på Dropbox. Filen är på 146 sidor. Den innehåller 13 noveller plus en kortroman, själva "Eld och rörelse". Bland novellerna kan nämnas "Riddaren, djävulen och döden" (gillad av dramatikern Perceval), "Mordet på Olof Palme betraktat som recension av fiktiv kriminalroman (gillad av Amelia Andersdotter) och "Norrlandsproblematiken" (gillad av Björn Lindström).

Boken gavs ut i pappersform 2007. Sedan ett bra tag finns filen fritt på Dropbox.



2. En recension

Nyss nämndes vad några ansåg om samlingen. Härmed en mer utförlig recension.

Recensionen är skriven av Fredrik F. G. Granlund. Han har gett ut diktsamlingen "Annorlunda men ensam". Liksom ett flertal noveller, nu senast i Catahyas antologi 2014.

I december 2008 recenserade Granlund "Eld och rörelse" på bloggen Marmeladkungen. Han siktar där in sig på bokens titelberättelse, kortromanen "Eld och rörelse". Så här säger han bland annat:
Den avslutande kortromanen ”Eld och rörelse” är kafkaesque. Stilistiskt lik många av Franz Kafkas verk – huvudpersonen tituleras till och med F. Jag erinrar mig att författaren läst ”Processen” flertalet gånger – samt förstått dess innebörd. För den här texten nyttjar i och med att läsaren dras med i en krigssituation någonstans, i någon tid, Kafkas styrka i berättandet, då man som läsare inte vet vem som krigar mot vem, vart det utspelas och om huvudpersonen F. är ond eller god. Slutet är dessutom allt annat än man tänkt sig, vilket är en STOR styrka! Men under tiden är det vemodigt, ödesdigert, synnerligen medryckande och gripande (även när man inte förstår militärjargongen).




3. I närkamp med texten

Sedan går Granlund i närkamp med texten:
Svensson utnyttjar samtidigt extrema berättargrepp som jag inte är säker på om han själv reflekterade över vid skrivandes stund. Det är välskrivet men skiftar kraftigt (!) i tempus. Här följer ett exempel där jag skriver ut tempusskiftningarna i versaler:

"Han HEJDAR sig där vägen LÖPER in i skogen; trädkronorna STRÄCKER sig mot varandra och BILDAR en tunnel – långt därborta ÖPPNAR sig terrängen igen, därifrån och bortom Bortom kan han i andanom se träkors utan tal, rad efter rad av kopplade gevär, demolerad fiendemateriel, fångkolonner, nedslagsbrisader, framryckande låglinjer, retirerande soldater, ambulanser i skytteltrafik, ksp-soldater med ammoband i kors över bröstet, pansarspetsar, attackflyg, söndersprängda kroppar, trotylsvarta himlar, vita vajande fanor.

Plötsligt STANNADE motorcykeln med ett hostande. F. VAKNADE upp ur sin dagdröm och KICKADE igång maskinen, DROG upp halsduken över nästippen och STYRDE tillbaka till förläggningen. Han SER tysta trädridåer fladdra förbi, han KÄNNER en bitande vind, han HÖR ventilernas sång. Maskinen HAR tydliga växellägen, distinkta bromsar och lågt lufttryck i däcken." (sid 126; recensentens egna versaler)

Saken är den att detta ovan påpekande av hur det skiftar i tempus faktiskt fungerar. Men det borde inte göra det. Hade jag inte recenserat den här boken hade jag förstås ändock observerat det. Men då främst i kapiteluppdelningen, för vartannat kapitel berättas i presens, vartannat i imperfekt. Efter några kapitel blandas dock detta mitt i kapitlen. Kanske sådant en van läsare, kanske rentav en kritiker, märker, tänker du nu. Men så är inte fallet. Här skiftar och varierar Svensson mellan presens och imperfekt lite hur som helst genom denna berättelse.



4. FG gillade boken

Fler än aktuell recensent gillade boken. FG säger detta:
Göran Lundstedt, kritiker på SydSv, har noterat ”en genomgående känsla av ödslighet i Svenssons noveller, en hård värld där drömmen flytt”. Titelstoryn jämförde han med Ernst Jüngers ”Sturm”. Och undertecknad kan bara hålla med. Kortromanen Eld och rörelse ska publiceras igen!
Detta säger Grandlund om opuset. Och han säger än mer:
... skillnaden gentemot andra novellsamlingar (av debutanter) är att vi här har en titelnovell som är såpass bra att med lite redaktörskap, en typograf, och annan kunnig förlagspersonal skulle kunna bli en klassiker. Ändå finns här ingen charm. Bara ödslighet. Hade författaren ifråga publicerat denna kortroman alléna i bokform hade jag imponerats mer än jag gör av novellsamlingen per se. Därmed inget illa sagt om novellsamlingen i sig; det är bara det att jag vill ge närmast all kudos till titelnovellen, för just så bra är den.
Detta ansåg alltså Granlund om "Eld och rörelse".

Boken är som sagt på 146 sidor. Pdf:en innehåller bara text, men pappersutgåvan hade för sin del ett omslag i svartvitt av Anatol Boström, föreställande sökarljus mot en nattlig himmel (se nedan). Innehållet består av 14 noveller, med titlar som "Synkrongeneratorn", "Ett svenskt Roswell", "Latonia", "Kvartsklippan" och "Åsiktskonstnär", förutom titelstoryn och lite annat.

Granlunds hela recension läser ni här. Och hans egen diktsamling finns recenserad på denna blogg, här.




5. Om författaren till "Eld och rörelse"

"Eld och rörelses" författare heter Lennart Svensson. Svensson föddes 1965 i Åsele. 1985-2010 bodde han i Uppsala, där han bland annat skaffade sig en fil kand i indologi. Våren 2010 flyttade han till Härnösand. År 2007 utgav han på eget förlag novellsamlingen "Eld och rörelse".

2009 kom romanen ”Antropolis”. Nova SF beskrev den som ”lättläst och personligt språk, massor med tankar och resonemang, sympatiskt innehåll” (Mats Linder i nr 20). 2014 utgav så Svensson "Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait" på Manticore Press. Svensson har även publicerat artiklar i tidningar som Flygrevyn, Magasin Provins och Nya Tider.




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fredag 5 december 2014

The Golden Boy (poem)



Hereby a poem by me, Svensson. It's called "The Golden Boy". First there's an introduction, then the poem proper begins.




There's a lot of talk about GOLD these days. Investors and bankers are debating the value of buying gold. Despite gold being unproductive and sterile in modern economic terms, people still want to own it and be charmed by its shiny yellow allure.

Gold is romantic, gold is for poets and dreamers. In olden days poets and soldiers (and whores they say) accepted nothing but payment in gold. Paper money would have been an insult. So hereby a tribute to that everlasting metal.




There’s gold in the blood,
gold in the sunshine,
gold on the weathercock
and gold on the bookspine.

There’s gold everywhere:
gold on the street
and gold within me,
small particles of gold
pumping around
in the bloodstream.

I’m Elvis in gold lamé,
the sprinter with the golden shoes,
Salomo in Jersualem where
silver was worthless.
I’m a hockey champion with golden helmet,
I’m the Nordic Frode with the Golden Age.

I’m a golden king and a golden boy,
literally I am:
through the gold in my blood I am gold,
a walking-talking, one-man Fort Knox.




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lördag 29 november 2014

Media Coverage of the Jünger Book


The buzz around "Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait" continues.




Swedish weekly Nya Tider has payed attention to my Jünger book. No 48/2014 runs an item about it. It's only a short piece, however, all the facts are there. So I've taken the liberty to translate a few lines from it, for your information and reading pleasure.

For example it says:
Nya Tider has a writer named Lennart Svensson. He has contributed to the magazine since 2013, mostly by way of cultural items. Now he has broadened his record by writing a biography of the author Ernst Jünger. The book is called Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait and is published by Manticore Press.

On 290 pages Svensson tells about Jünger's life and his central books such as Heliopolis, the war diaries, Storm of Steel, On the Marble Cliffs and Eumeswil. Jünger's role as an outsider is also discussed as well as his spiritual sides. And his ideas about art, literature and history.
There's more but this is the gist of it.

As for Nya Tider, it's a rather promising independent newspaper, publishing stories and presenting views that MSM tends to be silent about. As concerns items like immigration, multiculturalism, the seedier side of foreign affairs, the corruption of MSM and established politicians. Nya Tider also covers books and films beside the mainstream and presents interviews with counter-culture figures like Jared Taylor. Also, there's sometimes articles on foreign policy by Manuel Ochsenreiter of the German monthly Zuerst!

Nya Tider began circulation by the late fall of 2012. Editor-in-chief is Vavra Suk.




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lördag 22 november 2014

Today: Seven Year Anniversary For This Blog



By this time every year there's a glorious non-event occuring: the anniversary of this blog. I started it in the fall of 2007, on this very day: November 22.




It was fun to get going blogging. I had planned it for some time, not having had access to the internet until that autumn, the autumn of 2007. And when I finally managed to log into Blogger and "got the blog", got access to the editing page, well, I kinda blogged rather heavliy. Short entries, inspired entries, experimental language entries. Sometimes more than one per day, imagine that...!

This went on for the rest of 2007 and some time into 2008. Successively I started to write more prepared, edited stuff, however still retaining "that blog feeling". Like being able to push the envelope and say things that aren't allowed in MSM.

But this was all in Swedish. Since about August this year, 2014, I mostly blog in English. Now, I have an inkling that most of my readers still are Swedish. But I have some English language readers too and now the default mode of the blog is English entries. And educated Swedes all know English so thus it will be, thus Svenssongalaxen will remain, I guess: a blog in English.

- - -

So then, what shall I celebrate the anniversary with? As for older Swedish entries they are "powered by Google"; they find their readership by way of people googling their way to them. Then as for English entries, what have I got to say? -- Well, I could give you this guide, presenting some links to the blog.

A fine entry discussing modern media (on the theme of "MSM going down, new media triumphs") is this one, summarizing an article by "The Dollar Vigilante" Jeff Berwick. Very succinct.

And if you're into literary entries on this blog, take a look at "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" or "The Not-So-Good of Philip K. Dick"

Lastly, here's an ultra-short story of mine, "Details".

And so on and so forth. To sum it up, blogging is a fine pastime, a great means of communication and, sometimes, something of an art form. Nobody knows what a blog is, you're defining it as you go along.




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tisdag 18 november 2014

I Wanna Be Seen Green (poem)



It's November and it's alright. I only want to be here now. I don't long for Christmas. Pure existence in the Here and Now will do.




Hereby another poem, another work of my own. It's about the colour green, of verdure; I have a green period now, as it were. The poem is something of a borderline piece, bordering on the parodic as well as the fantastic. You choose where the emphasis lies.
I hit the sack in my four-poster bed
with a four-leaf clover under my head.

Then I trail off into lands unseen
with a clarkashtonesque, jewelry sheen...

There I dance with a heavenly sprite
on a flowery meadow lush, green and bright.

Starry-eyed I sail over ground
to a secret pool where I can’t be found.

I dive in the water, I’m finding a stone,
a crystalline object, an emerald throne.

I sit on the throne like a submarine king
and I’m falling asleep as the fish start to sing.

The next thing I know, I’m awake in my bed
with an emerald gem lying under my head.

The four-leaf clover has somehow been changed
into a precious stone – am I deranged...?

Or maybe it’s so, that what we see in our dreams
is more than meets the eye, more than it seems?




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torsdag 13 november 2014

Rave Review of My Jünger Book


In Australia there's a magazine called Living Traditions. They write about spirituality, history and culture. Now they've reviewed "Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait".




On the whole the unsigned review is positive towards my book. In fact, Living Traditions (= LT) seems to have nothing negative to say about it.

For instance LT says this, about the life-story of Jünger you find at the beginning of the book:
Svensson’s biography (...) is precise and matter of fact, it avoids all the undue speculation and interpretation found in so many other biographies and offers a clear and accurate picture of Junger’s truly amazing life. He offers a detailed look at Junger’s role in WWI and WWII and his literary output.
LT summarizes various chapters of the book, LT in the process making these apt reflections:
The next chapters examines his [= Jünger's] other books such as his WWI volumes, here Junger has much in common with Julius Evola he does not just discuss war but the mindset required to be a devoted warrior. At the same time Junger produces more adventurous literature which is hard to place in a single genre, his books in this vein are enigmatic and thought provoking. On the Marble Cliffs is an example of this new style which can be read on multiple levels and needs reflection to be fully appreciated for the work of literature it is.
LT has more praise to give my book. Like this:
In chapters 20 and 21 Svensson goes way beyond a traditional biography and offers a substantial examination of German figures that influenced Junger and then offers an exceptional comparison of Junger with Yukio Mishima, Carlos Castenada and Julius Evola. In Chapter 26 after examining the role of religion in Junger’s work as well as reoccurring key esoteric themes Svensson looks at Junger the fantasy writer and compares him to others such as Tolkein. Svensson also considers other characteristics of Junger such as his surprising optimism, sense of play and poetic side.
And lastly the pay-off. LT seems to like "Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait", stating:
Svensson offers us a superb biography (...) Rather than get caught up in all the fruitless debate about Jünger in the 20’s he offers an honest yet nuanced approach which in my mind stands up rather well compared to academic biographies which spend their time in politically correct disputation. (...) Svensson has produced an amazing work which is not only approachable but perceptive. His analysis of obtuse aspects of Jünger’s work not found in other biographies makes this a must read by themselves. When you add the sheer comprehensiveness of the work this really is a biography of the very highest calibre.
That was that. Whole review here. You find it by clicking on "feature reviews" in the left margin.




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måndag 10 november 2014

Sword and Staff (poem)



Now for a poem of my hand. Everything on this blog is by me, and who "me" is you should have found out by this time.




It's time for a poem, a gnomic piece, a scholarly text in poetic form. If you're in for mysticism and metaphysical poetry, this might be for you.

An old wisdom tells us:
we need both the Sword of Reason
and the Wand of Intuition,
both The Pentacle of Valour
and The Cup of Sympathy.

Bring ’em all on your journey,
forgetting one and you’re lost.

Without the sword you’ll go mad.
Without the wand you can’t find the way.
Without the pentacle you’ll dare nothing
and without the cup you’ll lose your heart.

Thus a golden wisdom.
So sing this for memory:

”Sword and staff, cup and pentacle,
emerald, sapphire, topaze and ruby –
reason, intuition, courage, sympathy –
eeny, meeny, miny, mo”...




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måndag 3 november 2014

Book News: Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait (Svensson 2014)


My latest book is a biography about Ernst Jünger. The title is "Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait". The imprint is Manticore Press. You can buy the book on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk. -- Edit 24/11 2014: here's a review of the book, a summary of a text in Living Traditions Magazine.




For about 30 years I've read the books of Ernst Jünger. He was a German author living 1895-1998, a true legend having participated in both world wars as well as being a nationalist, a collector of beetles and butterflies, a world traveller and an informal teacher on esotericism.

My book goes into it all: the books on war, the controversial politics, the philosophical and life-affirming sides and then some. The number of pages is 290 and the book layout is smashing. See for yourself in the pictures of this entry.

An example of the style is this, from the chapter about the novel "On the Marble Cliffs" (1939):
”On the Marble Cliffs” displays a rich collection of characters. We have [for example] prince Sunmyra, pale and frail yet strong and belligerent, a romantic dreamer aroused from his sleep and ready to act against darkness, mirroring in a way the statue of the Bamberg Horseman (der Bamberger Reiter) in Bamberg cathedral: a heroic medieval knight, seemingly distraught but essentially a true rock of resistance. Mythologically he is in my book juxtaposed by the knight depicted by Dürer in his 16th century engraving ”The Knight, Death and the Devil”, a no-nonsense fighter with a literal devil-may-care attitude, a man of a hard mindset and yet no mere barbarian. And this character could be said to be represented by another ”Marble Cliff” figure: Biedenhorn, the commander of the mercenaries. The brothers at the centre of action get some help from him at the end, and before that he is lovingly depicted as the timeless solider, without higher ideals but reliable when it comes to battle and a jovial friend to his brothers in arms.
The book is already selling and I've received praise for it from readers. Buy it on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk.





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lördag 1 november 2014

Nordic Sphinx (poem)


Here's a poem by me, Svensson. It's about "northernness", a term coined by C. S. Lewis. And about "archeofuturism", a term coined by Guillaume Faye.




I’m a Nordic Sphinx,
looking out over the boundless hills,
seeing a bright future

for all and sundry – a future perfect,
an archaic future, a future in
purple and gold, silver and green.

The pine is ever green,
the sun casting its gold
on the mountain side,

the moon etching its silver runes
and the purple twilight –
the colours of a new era.

- - -

I’m the king of comedy,
a metal guru and an
implicit whiteness.

I’m a prophet, a poet,
a preacher, a piper,
a guru, a sphinx,

an attic fanatic and a forest creature,
an aristocrat of the soul
in a time of decay.

- - -

I’m a poet and a piper,
a prophet of Northernness
singing for the trees,

singing for the people,
singing for fun in an age
where no one seems to

be laughing any more, no one
smiles, no one feels the joy of anything.
There I come with my flute

throwing green melodies over
everyone, saying ”life can be
fun too, you know”.

- - -

The prophet has spoken,
the guru is gone, the
Northern Spinx has left

the building, left us for
the boundless hills, the
thousand-mile forest,

the moors and the swamps,
the grey-green expanses of
coniferous woods

holding a future for us all,
an old future, an archaic future:
archeo future, a future perfect.




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onsdag 29 oktober 2014

Boknytt: Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait (Svensson 2014)


Jag har gett ut en bok. Det är en biografi över Ernst Jünger. Living Traditions Magazine säger om den: "A biography of the very highest calibre." Boken kan köpas här.




Jag har skrivit en bok. Boken handlar om Ernst Jünger. Han var en tysk som levde 1895-1998. Boken är på engelska. Förlaget som gett ut boken heter Manticore Press. Det är baserat i Australien.

Boken heter "Ernst Jünger -- A Portrait". På 290 sidor berättar jag om Jüngers liv, hans centrala verk, hans kontroversiella sidor och lite till. Som hans syn på konst och historia, hans sf-romaner och hans särprägel i största allmänhet.

Boken kan beskrivas som en essä, en personligt hållen biografi. Kort sagt: ett porträtt (eng. portrait). På tyska har vi Helmuth Kiesels och Heimo Schwilks mer akademiskt hållna Jüngerbiografier. Dessa böcker kom 2007. Och här är min Jüngerbok, en bok med en friare, personligare utgångspunkt. En bok som både tar en titt den kontroversielle Jünger och som lyfter den esoteriske, livsbejakande Jünger. En Jünger som är synnerligen aktuell i dessa nihilismens tider.

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Boken har 32 kapitel. Ett exempel på stilen är detta, ur kapitel 10 som handlar om "På Marmorklipporna", Jüngers roman från 1939 som på engelska heter "On the Marble Cliffs":
”On the Marble Cliffs” displays a rich collection of characters. We have [for example] prince Sunmyra, pale and frail yet strong and belligerent, a romantic dreamer aroused from his sleep and ready to act against darkness, mirroring in a way the statue of the Bamberg Horseman (der Bamberger Reiter) in Bamberg cathedral: a heroic medieval knight, seemingly distraught but essentially a true rock of resistance. Mythologically he is in my book juxtaposed by the knight depicted by Dürer in his 16th century engraving ”The Knight, Death and the Devil”, a no-nonsense fighter with a literal devil-may-care attitude, a man of a hard mindset and yet no mere barbarian. And this character could be said to be represented by another ”Marble Cliff” figure: Biedenhorn, the commander of the mercenaries. The brothers at the centre of action get some help from him at the end, and before that he is lovingly depicted as the timeless solider, without higher ideals but reliable when it comes to battle and a jovial friend to his brothers in arms.
Du köper boken till exempel här, på Adlibris.




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fredag 17 oktober 2014

Some Notes On A Book By Clark Ashton Smith



Hallelujah.




Who has seen the towers of Amithaine
swan-throated rising from the main
whose tides to some remoter moon
flow in a fadeless afternoon...?
Who has seen the towers of Amithaine
shall sleep, and dream of them again.
These are words by the poet Clark Ashton Smith (1893-1961). I sit here with his "Out Of Space And Time" vol. 2, reading about demons and gargoyles, brownies and fairies, charnel-dungeons and emerald hornettoes. A truly mind-boggling journey through thick and thin:
Rememberest thou? Enormous gongs of stone
were stricken, and the storming trumpeteers
acclaimed my deed to answering tides of spears,
and spoke the names of monsters overthrown -
griffins whose angry gold, and fervid store
of sapphires wrenched from mountain-plunged mines -
carnelians, opals, agates, almandines,
I brought to thee some scarlet eve of yore.
The collection also has prose-poems like "From the Crypts Of Memory", about a shadowy existence in a dying land beyond the Beyond. This is fat, rich poesy with words you don't even find in Longman Dictionary. The piece ending the book, "The Shadows", is as rich, with all its "fretted windows", "the undesecrated seal of death" and "a meaningless antic phantasmagoria". I read them again and again these jewels of literature: neither stories nor versified poems, but poems in prose. Being about two pages long they have the right length for a prose poem.

I like the book's more conventional tales too, like "The Last Hieroglyph", "The Monster Of The Prophecy", "The Death Of Ilalotha" and "The Vaults Of Yoh-Vombis". These outings aren't overly deep, not profound in any sense of the word -- but fun in a quiet way, fun in a "oh-how-he-can-adorn-his-language-with-obsolete-words"-way. There's that personality you can't mistake, that jewelry tinge to it all that makes me come back for more. Purple shadows, man.
For trumpets blare in Amithaine
for paladins that once again
ride forth to ghostly, glamorous wars
against the doom-preparing stars.
Dreamer, awake! ... but I remain
to ride with them in Amithaine.




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As you can see the depicted book is another one than the one treated in the post. However, I love that bluegreen cover, painted by Bruce Pennington as it is.

måndag 13 oktober 2014

Lennart Svensson: Bibliography


There's a growing interest in my writings these days. Hereby my complete bibliography, listing titles that are accessible as of October 2014. Mostly it's about e-books in Swedish. They're freely available on Dropbox, links below, so take the chance and get some quality Svensson reading for free. I can't always promise that I'll be so generous.




Novels
Antropolis (2009) --- presentation --- pdf
Agajan äventyraren (2009) [Agajan the Adventurer] --- info --- pdf freely on Dropbox --- epub-file freely on Dropbox
Till Smaragdeburg (2010) [On to the Emerald City] --- Swedish blogpost with reviews --- pdf
Camouflage (2011) --- pdf on Dropbox --- blogpost




Non-Fiction
Skallet från den kapitolinska varginnan (2009) [The Barking of the Capitoline Shewolf] --- blogpost in Swedish
Drakens spegelbild (2009) [The Dragon's Mirror Image] --- pdf for direct download --- blogpost in Swedish




Short Stories
Eld och rörelse (Etherion 2007) [Fire and Movement] --- pdf directly --- blog post in Swedish
Soldat i framtiden in the anthology "FEL Science Fiction" (2009) --- blog post
The Middle Zone in the magazine Morpheus Tales 8/2010 --- blog post in English, with the story text in full
The Swedenborg Machine from the anthology "Vansinnesverk" (Catahya 2011)
The Middle Zone in the anthology "Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction, Volume 3" (Smashwords 2013)
Stjärnskeppens banérförare [Starship Standard-Bearer] in Gorgon Magazine 5/2014




Poetry
Åselehaiku (Magasin Provins, 1999) [Åsele Haiku]--- blog post
Grönt ljus (2010) [Green Light] --- presentation --- pdf
Tempel och trädgårdar (2011) [Temples and Gardens] --- info --- pdf




Plays
Mellan svärdet och ak 5:an (2009) [Between the Sword and the Assault Rifle]--- pdf --- excerpt in Swedish




Related
Antropolitan -- The Only Way to Fly
Secular Hymns
Caza: The Ark
Details (flash fiction)
Coleridge's The Rime

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