Anna Bark Persson
Master student in gender studies who is very much into cyborg theory and currently writing her thesis on female masculinity and science fiction literature. When she’s not studying she’s reading, watching and blogging about SF/F literature and television. Has been actively engaged in SF-fandom since 2011.
A literature major and TV-series enthusiast, who regularly steps outside the confinement of reality. When not at work, she divides her time between an array of interests, wherein fandom has been taking much more time and space as of late. Her first Swecon was in Uppsala in 2012 – so it’s all coming full circle.
Johan Anglemark (GoH liaison)
Conrunner since a few years back and was once told by Bob Shaw that he mixes the best gin and tonic on this planet.
Dayjob consists of writing and designing computer games, but free time is spent on a little bit of everything. Enjoys SF-cons, grimdark, interesting monsters and well-written dialogue.
Tomas Cronholm (treasurer)
Been the treasurer of multiple Swecons, is the editor of SF-Forum, and enjoys spending time within the context of conventions.
Enthusiast with a wide array of interests, but with specific tendencies towards the natural sciences and hard SF. Writes as means of employment as well as for own pleasure, and is the responsible for Kontur’s secretarial tasks.
Jessica Elgenstierna (press)
Gave up on the childhood dream of becoming an astronaut at an early stage, but finds happiness in the thought that she’ll perhaps (probably) witness a human Mars landing on TV. Occasionally writes about film.
Started early with fantasy, role-playing games and the odd SF-novel. I moved to Sweden at the age of 24 and paused my reading of fantastic literature until I got introduced to this thing called fandom the last time Swecon was in Uppsala, in 2012 (Kontrast). Now I mainly read newer Swedish and Icelandic fantastic literature but I try to squeeze in a classic SF-work every now and again.
Linn Liljemo (programme book)
Grew up with the fantastic and found her way back in later years. A LARPer, board gamer, and voracious devourer of TV-series, who believes a good script always trumps the visual effects. Works within the forefronts of technology and aspires to bring reality closer to the world of fiction. Responsible for the convention program booklet.
Maria Nygård (web)
Librarian by day, webmaster by night. A fan of space, witches, ridiculous action and good camera work: nothing beats good nature shots of trees and mountains.
Isabelle Vernersson (sales)
Librarian raised on a diet of computer games, books, movies and TV-series, who utilizes all the above within her profession. Builds and makes things cyberpunk, steampunk, and cosplay, and visits conventions related to aforementioned fields of interest.
Milad Ghanbari for our awesome logo.