Should Eva Gabrielsson or Another Famous Writer Continue the Millennium Series?

In Discussion by Edward Nawotka

By Edward Nawotka The question of who exactly owns the rights to the rumored fourth, unfinished Millennium novel by Stieg Larsson is still up for debate. Provided Gabrielsson, Larsson’s family and the various publishing constituents involved can come to some kind of agreement, do you think Gabrielsson should finish and publish the manuscript? The answer for fans is likely to …

The Woman Who Finally Told Her Side of the Story: Eva Gabrielsson, Stieg Larsson, Actes Sud and the Languages In Between

In Europe by Olivia Snaije

By Olivia Snaije PARIS: The story of Eva Gabrielsson, the late Stieg Larsson’s partner of 23 years is well known: following Larsson’s sudden and tragic death just before publication of the first Millennium book, Gabrielsson was stripped of her rights to the Millennium books and any of the estate because of Swedish inheritance law. (Larsson had worked tirelessly against racism …

21st Century Brand Management: How the UK’s Chorion and Coolabi Cash In on Author’s Creations

In Europe by Guest Contributor

By Sarah Weinman An author’s career trajectory generally goes something like this: he or she writes books which are represented by literary agents who sell various rights to publishers. That arrangement can change over time if the author switches agents or publishers (as happens a lot, especially these days) or opts for non-traditional routes to reach an audience, but in …

In the Land of Larsson

In Global Trade Talk by Guest Contributor

• Stieg Larsson has made Swedish writers trendy abroad, but Stockholm’s publishers are still challenged at home By Lasse Winkler Two years ago Swedish writer Camille Läckberg couldn’t break into the US book market no matter how hard she tried. But this year, she signed a three book paperback deal with Simon & Schuster’s American imprint Free Press, worth $750,000. …

In the Land of Larsson

In Global Trade Talk by Hannah Johnson

• Stieg Larsson has made Swedish writers trendy abroad, but Stockholm’s publishers are still challenged at home By Lasse Winkler Two years ago Swedish writer Camille Läckberg couldn’t break into the US book market no matter how hard she tried. But this year, she signed a three book paperback deal with Simon & Schuster’s American imprint Free Press, worth $750,000. …