Sankt Petersburg on Book Fair in Krakow

Not only Krakow will present the offer of numerous niche publishing houses during the 21st International Book Fair in Krakow. Between 26 and 29th October this year, a delegation of the publishers from Sankt Petersburg will participate in the Fair in Krakow for the first time!

Three renowned publishing houses from St. Petersburg will be presenting their offer on the C60 stand: Those will be: “Ivan Limbakh”, “Vita Nova Press”, and “Zvezda Magazine” Publishing Houses. On behalf of the International Book Fair in Krakow and the organisers, we would like to invite you to visit the stand, and become familiar with the offer of Russian publishers that is rarely available in Poland.

Additionally, on 26 October 2017 between 3.00 and 3.50 p.m., a presentation of Saint-Petersburg International Book Fair will take place in the Lviv Hall, placing particular emphasis on the presence of foreign publishers. You are invited!

Ivan Limbakh Publishing House

The publishing house publishes books of distinguished foreign authors, whose presence in the cultural and intellectual Russian life is considered essential. The publishing house has contributed to publishing in Russia such books by Polish authors as: Czesław Miłosz, Witold Gombrowicz, Zbigniew Herbert, Gustaw Herling-Grudziński, Leszek Kołakowski, Adam Wodnicki, and Mariusz Wilk.

Vita Nova Press” Publishing House

The publishing house specialises in limited editions of classic books published with some comments and lavishly illustrated. The offer of the publisher also involves poetry, biographies and literary criticism. The publishing house is well known for its cooperation with the best Russian artists.

Zvezda Magazine” Publishing House

The publishing house does not only publish the legendary literary magazine „Zvezda” that has been issued since 1924 and was trying to create space for poets and writers rejected by the Soviet authorities during the communist times. The publishing house has currently been publishing books that are devoted to different aspects of Russian cultural life.

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