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FOREIGN RIGHTS

 

Editions Stock
Service Droits étrangers

21 rue du Montparnasse
75006 Paris

Founded in 1708, Stock is one of the oldest publishing houses in France and has been part of the Hachette Group since 1961. Its catalgoue lists no fewer than 1,300 titles. With Manuel Carcassonne as publishing director since 2013, Stock focuses on three editorial fields:


1. The prestigious literary series, LA BLEUE, is known for its quality fiction by established authors such as Erik Orsenna, Philippe Claudel and Luc Lang. A chance is also given to new and promising voices such as Adrien Bosc (Grand Prix du Roman de l’Académie française 2014), Christophe Boltanski (Prix Femina 2015) and, in 2016, Line Papin.

2. LA COSMOPOLITE, dedicated to translated fiction, counts a great number of Nobel Prize winners and has been continually exploring world literatures through authors such as Virginia Woolf, Stefan Zweig and Joyce Carol Oates since its creation at the beginning of the twentieth century. Recent authors include Sofi Oksanen (Prix Femina Étranger 2010), Saša Stanišić, Ersi Sotiropoulos and Virginia Reeves.

3. THE GENERAL NON-FICTION list stands for memoirs, pertinent biographies, well-written journalistic investigations and books on politics, history, current affairs, film and, most recently, health, thanks to bestselling author Michel Cymes. LES ESSAIS, a series of quality essays, includes authors of different horizons, such as the well-known philosophers Alain Finkielkraut and Marcel Gauchet, and new names like Anastasia Colosimo.

 

THE TEAM

 

RIGHTS DIRECTOR

Maÿlis Vauterin

 

FOR THE FOLLOWING TERRITORIES

Baltics, Central and Eastern Europe, Greece, Portugal, Russia, South America, Spain, UK and USA, please contact: 

Marielle Kalamboussis

 

FOR THE FOLLOWING TERRITORIES

Asia, Germany, Italy, Middle East, Netherlands, North Africa, Scandinavia and Turkey, please contact: 

Stefanie Drews

 

PERMISSION REQUESTS

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