The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Resources
This site features all the latest from Larsson's US publishers.
"Where Stieg Larsson's spirit lives."
A fan website loaded with all kinds of fun stuff.
Website for the movie soundtrack.
This is Reg Keeland/a.k.a. Steven T. Murray's informative blog.
This is the official Swedish website for the novel. It contains an interview in English with Sonny Mehta from Knopf, one of Larsson's US publishers.
This is the site for Expo, the magazine or which Larsson was editor-in-chief. Most of the site is in Swedish, but this links to an English language info page (phew!).
This is the Swedish government's human rights website.
Movie or TV Productions
That translates to Men Who Hate Women, which is the original title of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, and the Swedish film adaptation. It's available with English subtitles.
Columbia Pictures owns the US film rights to the novels, and Hollywood productions are already in the works.
Time magazine's review of the novel.
We love this photo-timeline from The New York Times.
An obituary in Searchlight, which is a partner with Larsson's magazine Expo.
Interviews with Larsson's father, Erland Larsson, and Larsson's UK publisher, Christopher MacLehose.
Ebert says, "Lisbeth is as compelling as any movie character in recent memory."
BBC's Finlo Rohrer examines Larsson's life and untimely death.
An interview with Noomi Rapace, who plays Salander in the Swedish trilogy of films that are based on the Larsson's Salander/Blomkvist novels.
An informative feature on Larsson, from The New York Times.
An article from The Guardian that discusses Larsson's activism.
This is the official website for the trilogy of Swedish films based on Larsson's novels. You can watch trailers here.
Meet the girl who plays Salander in the Swedish film.
If you aren't excited about the movie yet, this will pull you in.
A video about ladies who are hacking for social justice.
From Apple Movie Trailers.
Give a listen to NPR's review of the novel, on Fresh Air.
Check out Jason Solomon's podcast, and hear about his meeting with Noomi Rapace.
Brought to you by fans of Lisbeth Salander.
Purchase and download the Audiobook from Random House Audio
Larsson is reclining and having a coffee break.
This map, not included in English language publications of the novel, helps us imagine fictional Hedeby Island.
This map features the east side of the island with Gottfried's cabin.
We love the cover of a Portuguese translation.
And here we have the cover of a Chinese translation of the novel.
These two don't look too pleased that their teacups haven't been refilled.