Susanne Jansson was a Swedish writer who made her literary debut in 2017 with the suspense novel The Forbidden Place. Her second novel Winter Water will be published posthumously in August, 2020.

Susanne Jansson was born in 1972 in Åmål, Sweden. She later moved to Gothenburg to work in advertising and then to New York to study photography. After returning to Sweden, she worked as a freelance photographer while studying journalism, and spent her professional life combining her work as a photographer with being a freelance journalist focusing on reportage and profile stories in areas such as culture, film, music, and literature.

She made her debut in 2017 with the suspense novel The Forbidden Place which was published in twenty-four territories.

Susanne Jansson passed away in the summer of 2019 after a courageous fight with cancer. Her second novel, Winter Water, will be published posthumously in August, 2020.

Photo by Emelie Asplund

Susanne Jansson was born in 1972 in Åmål, Sweden. She later moved to Gothenburg to work in advertising and then to New York to study photography. After returning to Sweden, she worked as a freelance photographer while studying journalism, and spent her professional life combining her work as a photographer with being a freelance journalist focusing on reportage and profile stories in areas such as culture, film, music, and literature.

She made her debut in 2017 with the suspense novel The Forbidden Place which was published in twenty-four territories.

Susanne Jansson passed away in the summer of 2019 after a courageous fight with cancer. Her second novel Winter Water will be published post-humously in August, 2020.

  • Photo by Emelie Asplund

  • Photo by Emelie Asplund

  • Photo by Emelie Asplund