Sara Stridsberg in 2011
|Born||Sara Brita Stridsberg
29 August 1972
Beckomberga. Ode till min familj.
Sara Brita Stridsberg (born 29 August 1972 in Solna, Stockholm County) is a Swedish author and translator. Her first fiction novel, Happy Sally was about Sally Bauer, who in 1939 had become the first Scandanavian woman to swim the English Channel.
In 2007, she was awarded the Nordic Council's Literature Prize for her novel Drömfakulteten (The Dream Faculty), which is her second novel and a fictitious story about Valerie Solanas, who wrote the SCUM manifesto, which Stridsberg has translated into Swedish.
Svenska Dagbladet called Stridberg "one of our foremost nature poets" and considered her among the best in contermporary Swedish literature while noting that Stridberg's novels are alway discomforting to read.
- Juristutbildningen ur ett genusperspektiv (non-fiction, 1999)
- Det är bara vi som är ute och åker (non-fiction, 2002)
- Happy Sally (novel, 2004)
- Drömfakulteten (novel, 2006)
- Darling River (novel, 2010)
- Beckomberga: Ode till min familj (novel, 2014)
- 2004 The Sveriges Essäfond Prize
- 2006 Aftonbladet's Literature Prize
- 2007 The Nordic Council's Literature Prize 
- 2013 Dobloug Prize
- 2010 Visiting professor Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
- 2015 European Union Prize for Literature (Sweden) for Beckomberga - ode till min familj (The Gravity of Love)
- "Sara Stridsberg ger sig hän åt vansinnesrytmen" [Sara Stridsberg surrenders to the rhythm of insanity]. Göteborgs-Posten (in Swedish). 30 August 2014.
- "En mästare på stämningar" [A master of moods]. Svenska Dagbladet (in Swedish). September 5, 2014.
- "European Union Prize for Literature 2015 winners announced at London Book Fair". European Commission. April 2015. Retrieved April 20, 2015.