Åsa Lantz is a writer of novels and TV-drama. She’s written the novels Skrud, Splitta nota, Vart tog den söta lilla flickan vägen and Vår man i Shanghai, which has been translated into several languages and is available in many countries.
In 2004 she debuted as a screenwriter with the TV-series Solisterna which was awarded the Prix Europa. In 2008 she wrote the TV-series Selma about author Selma Lagerlöf. In 2013 she debuted as a playwright with Pussy at Gothenburg City Theatre.
Lantz latest TV-series Det mest förbjudna about author Kerstin Thorvall, premiered in 2016. It was awarded one Kristall-award out of two nominations and is now nominated for the prestigious Prix Europa.