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If you haven't looked at this recently, please read the Frequently Asked Questions. (Updated 11-Feb-2013.)
(c) SweMail is the English translation of the Swedish articles
in the monthly Swedish Press magazine, © Swedish Press 2014
and the volunteer translators: Eva Grenier, Jan Sundin, Laine Ruus, Randy Nord, and Valentin Petcu, coordinated by Ingemar Olson.
I am now officially retired. That means that I am no longer
required to hang around the house at all times, but "free to
roam about." Sometimes that will turn out to be at the same
time as a new issue of Swedish Press comes out, and you may
notice that the SweMail comes a bit later than usual.
But never fear, it will continue, just perhaps a bit later
than you might have hoped. .... Ingemar
Did you notice that Swedish Press is still on Facebook? You don't need to be a Facebook member to check it out and read some additional material that perhaps will never make it into the printed magazine.
Here are the recent translations:
December 2014 / January 2015
For older issues please look in the archive.
If you have any questions or comments about the printed
Swedish Press magazine,
please contact the publisher Claes Fredriksson.
If you have any questions or comments about these SweMail translations, please email me. ... Ingemar
Hey! Someone finally wrote us a new letter! Thanks Gary!
Featured letter. |
We will periodically publish one of your letters, especially if it is particularly glowing and complimentary! So if you'd like to see your name in print, even if fleetingly, send me a letter!
It is absolutely remarkable what you and the volunteer translators: Eva Grenier, Jan Sundin, Laine Ruus, Randy Nord, and Valentin Petcu achieve. The translations are available on a regular, continuing basis. You are the unsung heros of the readers of the Swedish Press. I very much appreciate what you do and I can't thank you enough. Många tusen tack.
Gary Petrus Johnson
Revised: December 11, 2014