Ylva Eggehorn

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Ylva Eggehorn, 2007

Ylva Elisabet Eggehorn (born 6 March 1950) is a Swedish poet, writer, and hymnwriter. She is said to be among Sweden's most famous contemporary Christian writers and poets.[1] Along with Christian poetry she wrote for what's believed to be the first Swedish worship album.[2] In other genres she did a "historical fantasy" concerning Gustav Badin, which deals some with his imagery as a "lover" in Swedish culture.[3]

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