Marcus Birro

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Marcus Birro
Marcus Birro 2010 cropped.jpg
Marcus Birro in 2010.
Born (1972-06-15) June 15, 1972 (age 44)
Göteborg, Sweden
Occupation Author
Language Swedish
Relatives Peter Birro (brother)
Website
www.marcusbirro.se

Marcus Birro (born 15 June 1972 in Göteborg, Sweden) is a Swedish-Italian (Italian citizen) poet, author and columnist. Birro blogged at Expressen and was a presenter on at Sveriges Radio Östergötland, where he was the host of Karlavagnen on Sveriges Radio P4. He is the brother of author Peter Birro. Marcus Birro lives on Södermalm, is divorced from his wife of 4 years, they have two children together.[1] In 2015, Birro told the press about his ongoing relationship with a married woman, Micaela Kinnunen, wife of politician Martin Kinnunen,[2] and later Kinnunen confirmed the relationship and her divorce via her Facebook page.[3]

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  • Calcio amore : drömmen - 2013
  • 43 dikter - 2006
  • Flyktsoda - 2005
  • Krig hela tiden - 2005
  • Du är Christer Pettersson du också - texts from SR, SVT and newspapers - 2005
  • Diktskola - Författarens guide till galaxen - 2003
  • Landet utanför - 2003
  • Kalashnikov - 2001
  • Alla djävulska främlingar - 1999
  • Skjut dom som älskar - 1997
  • Det oerhörda och I den andra världen - 1992

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