Contributor biographical information for All monsters must die : an excursion to North Korea / Magnus Bartas & Fredrik Ekman ; translated from Swedish by Saskia Vogel.
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Magnus Ba;rtås teaches at the University College of Arts and Crafts in Stockholm and has also published an anthology about the borderland between literature and the visual arts. He is also a filmmaker, photographer, and visual artist living in Stockholm, Sweden.]]
Fredrik Ekman is a writer, librettist, and editor based in Stockholm, Sweden. His musical works have toured across Europe. He also co-produces music and musical radio dramas.
Saskia Vogel is a Swedish translator. Her translations include Kim Novak Never Swam in Lake Genesaret by Håkan Nesser (World Editions, 2015) and Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner? By Katrine Kielos (Portobello Books, 2015). She is also the Swedish series editor and translator for Readux Books and a former publicist at Granta Books. She lives in California.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Korea (North) -- History.
Korea (North) -- Social conditions.
Korea (North) -- Description and travel.
Bčartęas, Magnus -- Travel -- Korea (North)
Ekman, Fredrik -- Travel -- Korea (North)