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Ester Roxberg

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Ester Roxberg

Ester Roxberg was born in Zimbabwe in 1987, grew up in Småland, and now lives in Malmö, where she works as an author and writer. Her debut novel, Antiloper (Antelopes), was published in 2011. Her Min pappa Ann-Christine (My Dad, Ann-Christine; 2014) tells the story of her fifty-eight-year-old father’s decision to live as a woman. It was nominated for the Book of the Year prize at the 2015 QX Gaygala.

Articles by Ester Roxberg

From “The Memory of a Secret”
By Ester Roxberg
What do we know about our parents? They’re never anything but parents. They do what parents do, listen but never speak. Help you up but they themselves stay down. One day you’ll start to wonder…
Translated from Swedish by Saskia Vogel
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