Stewe Claeson

Stewe Claeson, born in 1942, lives near Gothenburg where he previously worked as principal of the Scandinavian Adult Education College. He has published several collections of short stories and novels and is one of Sweden’s leading experts and translators of North American poetry.


2000 the Lars Ahlin scholarship
2000 the Ludvig Nordström Prize
2001 the Letterstedt writer's scholarship
2001 Adam Bromberg's Memorial Scholarship 
2002 Bonniers litterära stipendium
2002 Kungälv's cultural award
2002 The Svenska Dagbladet Literary Prize 
2002 Shortlisted for the Nordic Council Award 
2003 De Nios Literary Award 
2003 The Stina Aronsson Award
2003 the Tegnér Prize
2005 the Örjan Lindberger Prize

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