Jacques Werup

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Jacques Werup.

Jacques Werup, born January 14, 1945 in Malmö, is a Swedish musician, author, poet, stage artist and screenwriter. Werup's poetry is often associated to jazz. He was a childhood friend of Mikael Wiehe and Göran Skytte and had his first novel published in 1971. He has co-written many songs with long-time collaborator and composer Michael Saxell for various projects including Gör mig lite levande which is a CD and nationwide stage show with Swedish singer Lill Lindfors and En känsla av ljus, which is a concert Werup and Saxell wrote and performed with Mats Ronander and Benneth Fagerlund. Werup now lives in Ystad.

In 1997 Werup got the Ferlinpriset together with Ola Magnell, and was 2003 awarded a scholarship by the Swedish Royal Academy. Was also awarded Litteraturfrämjandets stora romanpris in 1980.

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  • Returbiljett Polen (1971)
  • Ett å... Två å... Tre å... Fyr! (1971)
  • Streber (1972)
  • Tiden i Malmö, på jorden (1974)
  • Swiss Made (1975)
  • Fläckar av liv (1977)
  • Casanovas senare resor (1979)
  • 48 dikter från Österlen (1980)
  • Hemstaden (1981)
  • Den skräddarsydda sorgen (1982)
  • L'heure bleue (1983)
  • Shimonoffs längtan (1983)
  • Mellan rotfrukt och måne (1983)
  • Boulevarder och fågelsträck (tolkningar) (1984)
  • Vem är Nora Prentiss? (1984)
  • Från dörren till hemligheten (1985)
  • Handbagage (1986)
  • Den sjungande kroppen (1986)
  • Stjärnan i periferin (1987)
  • Pornografens död (1988)
  • Den elektroniska synden (1989)
  • I ögonhöjd (1990)
  • Septemberljus (1990)
  • Dikter (1991)
  • 42 minuter från Paris (1992)
  • Det omvända skriket (tolkningar) (1992)
  • Aptiten och ledan (1994)
  • Den ofullbordade himlen (1996)
  • Det stora preludiet (1997)
  • Människan är vem som helst (1998)
  • Hemmavid (1999)
  • Oldboy (2000)
  • Lev länge, dö ung (2001)
  • Provliv 1-10 (2002)

In addition:

  • Gör mig lite levande
  • Ljudet av rullande stenar
  • Året då natten var kort

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