Eva Ström

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Eva Ström
Eva Ström in 2003.
Eva Ström in 2003.
Born (1947-01-04) January 4, 1947 (age 74)
Lidingö, Sweden
Notable worksRevbensstäderna

Eva Ström (born 4 January 1947 in Lidingö, Stockholm County) is a Swedish lyricist, novelist, biographer and literary critic. She made her literary debut in 1977 with the poetry collection Den brinnande zeppelinaren. Ström trained as a physician and worked in the medical profession 1974-1988 before becoming a full-time author.

She was awarded the Nordic Council's Literature Prize in 2003 for the poetry collection Revbensstäderna ("The Rib Cities").[1] In January 2010, she was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.[2]

She is the mother of Karin Ström.



  1. ^ "Nordic Council Literature Prize. Literature Prizewinners 1962 - 2013". Archived from the original on 19 March 2016. Retrieved 23 December 2014.
  2. ^ Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences: Från teoretisk magnetism till brinnande zeppelinare – fem nya ledamöter invalda i akademien, press announcement February 3, 2010 (in Swedish)
  3. ^ "Nordiska rådets litteraturpris 2003 till Eva Ström : viljan att vara i verkligheten = Nordic Council Literature Prize 2003 awarded to Eva Ström : the will to be present in reality". EIGE. 2003. Retrieved 5 February 2021.

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