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An American Werewolf in Trelleborg: Representation of the Werewolf in Swedish Folk Belief and Popular Culture

in: Brodman, Barbara and Doan, James E., eds. The Supernatural Revamped: From Timeworn Legends to Twenty-First Century Chic. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2016. p. 83-96.

Borgström, Kjell (Obituary)

Locus 40(2): 72. March 1998.

European scene, The: Sweden

Extrapolation 11(2):76-79. May 1970.

Fannish notes from Sweden

Science Fiction Chronicle 3(1):16. October 1981.

Foreign Yet Familiar: International Politics and the Reception of Potter in Turkey and Sweden

in: Nexon, Daniel H./Neumann, Iver B., eds. Harry Potter and International Relations. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006. p. 61-77.

Hapna! SF mag out in Sweden

Fantasy Times No. 197:3. March (2) 1954.

Holmberg Heads BRA Bocker Fiction and SF/Fantasy List

Science Fiction Chronicle 10(6):6. March 1989.

Holzhausen, Carl Johan (Obituary)

Locus 42(6): 68. June 1999.

International news: Sweden

Science Fiction Times No. 457:2. August 1968.

International news: Sweden

Science Fiction Times No. 459:4,8. October 1968.

John-Henri Holmberg Heads New Swedish SF Publisher

Science Fiction Chronicle 19(7/8): 7. May/June 1998.

Land of the Midnight Zine

A Foreign Fanzine. 4: 25-26. August 1981.


Science Fiction Chronicle 3(12):11-12. September 1982.

Letter from Sweden

Science Fiction Chronicle 7(2): 6-7. November 1985.

Letter from Sweden

Science Fiction Chronicle 17(2): 6. January 1996. (No. 187)

Letter From Sweden

Science Fiction Chronicle 17(2): 6. December 1995/January 1996.

Letter from Sweden, January 1987

Science Fiction Chronicle 8(4):6-7. January 1987.

Letter from Sweden, July 1986

Science Fiction Chronicle 7(10):26. July 1986.

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