Fredrik Strage

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Fredrik Strage in 2008.

Per Fredrik Strage (born 22 December 1972[1] in Linköping, Sweden) is a Swedish journalist and author who writes about pop culture.

Strage's writing career began in the early 1990s at the Swedish fanzine New Life. He has written for several newspapers and magazines, including Dagens Nyheter, Pop, Bibel, Månadsjournalen, Nöjesguiden, Billboard, Café and Sonic.

In 2003 Strage contributed to Belinda Olsson's anthology De missanpassade.[2]

Personal life[edit]

He is married to Linda Leopold and they have a daughter.

Books[edit]

  • 2001: Mikrofonkåt, about Swedish hip hop.[3]
  • 2005: Fans, a study of idol worship.[3]
  • 2009: Strage text, an anthology of his articles on pop music and pop culture.[3][4]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Per Fredrik Strage, Birthday.se, retrieved 19 March 2012.
  2. ^ Björn af Kleen, "Popnörden som själv blivit stjärna", Sydsvenska Dagbladet Kultur & Nöjen, 9 September 2005 (Swedish): "Nörden, skriver Fredrik Strage i antologin ”De Missanpassade”, fick sin upprättelse under 90-talet." - "The nerd, Fredrik Strage wrote in the anthology De Missanpassade, got his vindication in the '90s."
  3. ^ a b c Anna Sahlén, "Skrivandet förenade mina intressen", Minabibliotek, retrieved 19 March 2012 (Swedish)
  4. ^ a b Fredrik Strage, Författare, Alfabeta Bokförlag (Swedish)
  5. ^ Mikrofonkåt, Fredrik Strage, Bokrecension.se, retrieved March 19, 2012.
  6. ^ Frida Anter, En skräckförfattare som spisar Morrissey, UNT.se, 24 May 2008, retrieved 19 March 2012 (Swedish)
  7. ^ Pea Nilsson, "DN.se-medarbetaren Fredrik Strage var smått omtumlad efter att ha fått ta emot Stora Journalistpriset som 'Årets förnyare'", Dagens Nyheter, November 20, 2008 (Swedish)

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