German Book Publishers

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Publishers in Germany.

Showing 1 to 10 of 1074 German publishers. Here is a complete listing of all publishers in Germany. In the German Publishers Index you will find a listing of German publishers and German service providers arranged by categories. TASCHEN, the world's premier publishers of textbooks, offer a wide range of titles from paperbacks to collectors' publications on topics as diverse as the arts, architectural, design, digitally, fashions, film, interior decoration, photographs, sex and travelling.

Since its foundation in 1993, the news magazine Focus has been one of the driving forces and topic leaders in the German media landscape. Further publications du groupe Focus-Money, Focus-Schule, Focus-Schule, Focus Online, Focus TV. Recently : Focus Health and Audio Book Portal Today it is one of the top publishers in the fields of sciences, engineering and medical sciences worldwide.

The RTL II is a private, general German TV station. There are 1074 publishers in Germany in the index.

Ethnic publishers

Since its foundation in 1944, it has occupied a unique place among literary publishers in the German-speaking area. Ezra Pound, Gottfried Benn and Gertrude to John Griesemer, Fritz J. Raddatz, Jim Harrison and Nick Flynn, for 65 years the Arche has been producing authors who translate the zeitgeist into ageless works of artwork. Established in 1949, it is one of the most important publishers of children's and young people's novels in Germany.

The publications include a wide variety of works in their literature and non-fiction collections, ranging from young children to young people. In 1958, Arena was the first German children's book publishing house to launch a pocketbook program. Award-winning Arena guides have been published and published in many different nationalities.

It is also home to writers of world renown such as Cassandra Clare, Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams, Tove Jansson, Steve Augarde, Neil Gaiman and Jo Nesboe. In addition to the focus on German and non-German classical music ( "Hans Fallada, Lion Feuchtwanger, Anna Seghers, Arnold Zweig, Victor Klemperer), exiled and resistant books and eastern German books, Rummelplatz was established in 1994 as an independant publisher and issues around 40 books a year.

It links German and foreign literature with a non-fiction programme. A number of young German writers have made their debuts at Berlin Verlag, and many of them have won prestigious awards. Berlin Verlag has been part of the Bonnier Group since 2012. is one of the best-known German book and magazine publishers with over 400 employees and around 6,000 printed publications.

She has a solid foundation in scholarly and specialised works on the fields of historiography, anthropology, philology, literatures, religious and philosophical studies, political sciences, the arts and jurisprudence. In 1928 it was founded in Munich by its proprietor of the same name, and its founder's interest in books and sciences has been preserved to this date.

We publish literature and non-fiction for grown-ups and kids. His writers have included Italo Calvino, Umberto Eco, Jostein Gaarder, Lars Gustafsson, Milan Kundera, Harry Mulisch, Philip Roth, Susan Sontag, Botho StrauÃ, Raoul Schrott, Rafik Schami, Alfred Brendel, Elke Heidenreich and ten Nobel Prize winners, including Elias Canetti, whose works have been published in more than thirty different tongues.

has been established in 1953 as a daughter of Carlsen, Copenhagen, Denmark, to publish the German version of the magazine for younger kids. Since 1964, Carlsen Verlag Hamburg has edited its own publications, which range from illustrated textbooks for younger kids to newcomers. Pedagogical collections comprise both literature and non-fiction for kindergartens and elementary schools.

Comics was the first comics company to launch on the German arena. was established in 2004, although the Bertelsmann/Random House group to which it belongs has been producing children's works since 1835. ýbj produces high-quality works for kids from 4 years of age. The offer comprises illustrated textbooks, storybooks for read out loud and novel for kids as well as a nonfiction book row and several phantasy-romances.

Among the writers are Julian Press and Peter Freund, and one of the first independently owned publishers to be founded after the abolishment of the GDR in the fall of 1989, the prizewinning novel The Bücherdiebin (2009) by Markus Zusak. It focused on the histories of Stalinism and Nazism in the GDR before extending to non-fiction such as the Federal Republic of Germany, the story of German nationalism and the heritage of National Socialism.

He has an excellent name as one of the foremost German non-fiction publishers with a focus on the topics of historical, memoir, biography and topical issues. The DVA also has an excellent book of literature. Bestsellers include Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Sebastian Haffner, Martin Doerry, Ian Kershaw, Anne Enright and David Wroblewski.

The Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt has been part of the Random House publishing group since 2006 and was established in 1956. Emphasizing the connection between literary and artistic work, the law office concentrates both on these topics and, more recently, on general non-fiction books. Among the writers are John Cheever, John von Düffel, Keith Gessen, Michel Houellebecq, Helmut Krausser, Martin Kluger, Judith Kuckart, Thomas Kling, Annette Mingels, Haruki Murakami, Edward St. Aubyn, Tilman Rammstedt and Dirk Wittenborn.

Kunstliste comprises high-quality pictorial volumes on epochs from the Renaissance to the present day, mono-graphs on individual works by Botticelli, Velazquez, Kokoschka, Max Ernst, Gerhard Richter and Neo Rauch as well as reviews of (e.g.) modern Chinese artworks, modernism, modernism, architecture, philosophy and fine arts. was established in 2009 as an impressum within the C. Bertelsmann Group, which owes its name to the well-known critiq...

In Elke Heidenreich's own words, she wants to combine the joy of writing with the joy of playing both. She has published both novels and non-fiction that deal solely with it. â His writers are Hans Neuenfels, Franz Werfel, Barbara Hall and Angel Wagenstein.

Established in 1980, Book of Words; . The Emons Verlag was established in Cologne in 1984 by Hermann-Josef Emons. In addition to thrillers, the publishing house has also recorded other publications with a local backdrop, such as historic thrillers, travel guides, maps, picture volumes and non-fiction on Nazi civilization, as well as on National Socialist literature and film.

Emons Frank released Schätzingâ Novel Death and the Devil, an internationally bestselling book in 1995. Established in 1781 by Benjamin Gottlob Hoffmann and his son-in-law August Campe. It was the publishing house of Heinrich Heine. The collection of literature covers the entire works of Siegfried Lenz as well as works by Doris Lessing, V.S. Naipaul, Andreï Makine, Irina Korschunow, John Grisham and Patricia Cornwell.

These books cover memoir, philosphy, politics, economy, ecology, music und theory. was established in 1978 by Albrecht Knaus and the Bertelsmann Group. Recently Knaus has added non-fiction books to his catalog. Among the writers are Irène Némirovsky, Peter Ackroyd, Aleksandar Hemon and John Burnside. She is now part of the Random House Group.

Among the writers are Christa Wolf, Ernst Jandl, Pablo Neruda, António Lobo Antunes, Will Self, Frank McCourt, Hanns-Josef Ortheil, Terézia Mora and Sa?a Stani?iÄ. is now expressed in the book media with the editor Nikolaus Gelpke at the head is an independant publishers company established in 1974 and based in Hamburg.

Under the slogan âA poet can be as radical as a play of theoryâ the Edition Nautilus Belletristik is publishing books on poetry, nonfiction and biography, a small arts serial entitled Die Kleine Bücherei and DIE AKTION, a journal for policy, literary and cultur. You also have a criminal record of the best-selling detective stories by Andrea Maria Schenkel (published by Quercus in the UK) which Reinhard Piper established in 1904.

Many of the world' s top writers were publishing the company, a heritage followed by his family. Post-1945, the program was extended to cover the areas of philosphy and non-fiction. The Piper Verlag is known for its listings in German and foreign literature and non-fiction. Among the writers of Piper are Ingeborg Bachmann, Sten Nadolny, François Lelord, Arne Dahl, Hape Kerkeling, Sándor Márai, Paul Watzlawick, Markus Heitz and Ferdinand von Schirach.

The Piper Verlag has been part of the Swedish Bonnier Group since 1995. The Piper Group purchased Malik Verlag in 1996 (literary travelling, adventures, mountaineering), and since 2002 the Piper Index has been expanded to include high-quality fantastic music. In 2008, Piper purchased Impprints Pendo (fiction and non-fiction) and Westend (non-fiction).

Redbuch cultivates its international detective stories and publishes a sophisticated collection of German-language detective stories. Among the writers are Birgit Vanderbeke, Heiner Müller, Hannah Arendt, Franz Xaver Kroetz, Mickey Spillane, Jerome Charyn, Peter Weiss, Gunter Gerlach and the Nobel Prize laureate Dario Fo, established by Ernst Rowohlt in 1908.

The publisher with its various business units belongs to the Holtzbrinck Group. He is a publisher of literature, non-fiction and children's literature. Among the writers are Wolfgang Borchert, Joachim Fest, Elfriede Jelinek, Daniel Kehlmann, Imre Kertész, Ildikó from Kürthy, Klaus and Erika Mann, Peter Schneider, Martin Walser and many others. Rowohlt celebrates its 100-year jubilee in 2008. was established by Samuel Fischer in Berlin in 1886.

It was the first to have published many well-known writers such as Franz Kafka, Arthur Schnitzler, Hugo von Hoffmannsthal and Thomas Mann. These are the books published by both S. Fischer Verlag and Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag concentrate on literary, psychological and histor. Writers such as Julia Franck, Michael Lenz, Marlene Streeruwitz, Christoph Ransmayr and Wolfgang Hilbig write in German.

In 1950, the enterprise was created by Peter Suhrkamp and has been managed for over forty years by Dr. Siegfried Unseld. Today the ISELAND Verlag (founded 1899 in Leipzig), the Jüdischer Verlag (founded 1902 in Berlin), the Deutsche Klassiker Verlag (founded 1981) and the a new publishing house of the world religions (founded 2006) belong to the independent-shareholders.

The prestigious ranking contains some of the world' s top novelists from Germany, Switzerland and Austria, many of whom made their debut at the law office, as well as important nonfiction and nonfiction publishers, among them several Nobel Prize laureates. was established in Berlin in 1903 by the renowned Ullstein publishing house for families. It quickly developed into Germany's foremost book publishing house.

The store in Frankfurt was re-opened in 1952 and seven years later the company was divested to the Axel Springer Group. Ullstein's book business was taken over by the Bonnier Group in 2003, which returned Ullstein to Berlin in 2004. To the group of publishers Ullstein belong the Imprints Ullstein, List, Claassen, Marion von Schröder, Tanja count of publishing house, ECOON, Propyläen and Allegria.

Its wide variety of books include best-selling writers such as Jo Nesbo, John le Carré, James Ellroy and Helene Hegemann in the field of novels, Shlomo Sand, Richard Dawkins, Natascha Kampusch and Timothy Ferris in non-fiction, which has published scientific music and books since 1735 and now publishes more than 250 new books a year. Just as important is the creation of a series of hands-on do-it-yourself publications â" on human evolution, counseling, spiritual collaboration and much more â" that are both useful and easy to read. was established as a desk-top publishers, but grew into a full-scale book publishers by 1988.

Every year, the law office produces around 130 publications that range from modern to historical and culture sciences. Among the writers belong Ruth Kluger, Gottfried Benn, Golo Mann, Fred Wander, Gregor Sander and Ulf Erdmann Ziegler praising the new publishing company for its rapid establishment as a quality company. It includes books of novels and narratives.

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