Bodil Zalesky, one of the founder members of the Salongen literary blog, also has her own literary blog. The latest entry discusses Mikael Enckell's recent book about the German poet Hölderlin.
Zalesky's weblog contains more art and large photographs than Salongen, but there are also Swedish translations of poetry by Paul Celan, Georg Trakl, Elfriede Gerstl, Franz Werfel, Else Lasker-Schüler (there's a lot about her) and other German-language poets. Also reviews of German-language literature and Italian poetry by Ungaretti, Pasolini, etc., and poetry by the Estonian Doris Kareva, translated into Swedish by Peeter Puide. There's even a discussion of an essay by Mikael Enckell about the Jewish dimension of the work of George Eliot (i.e. in Daniel Deronda). Other authors and topics discussed include Simone Weil, Pia Tafdrup, Cesare Pavese, Yiddish poetry, Nina Cassian, Italo Svevo, Erik Blomberg, Janina Degutyte, Viivi Luik, Knuts Skujenieks, Romanian literature, George Steiner, Daniel Hjorth, etc.