HESTIA PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS
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Hestia is the oldest publishing house in Greece (founded in 1885) and combines a long-standing tradition of publishing excellence with cutting-edge works in Modern Greek and Foreign Literature, History & Politics, Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, post-Byzantine Literature, and Children’s books. Well into its third century of existence, Hestia has published over 11,000 titles. Among its authors one shall find Samuel Beckett, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Sorj Chalandon, Don DeLillo, Jacques Derrida, Peter Handke, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Michel Foucault, John Fowles, Michel Houellebecq, Roy Jacobsen, Milan Kundera, Marcel Proust, Claude Simon, Paul Veyne, Martin Walzer, as well as Greece’s most celebrated classic and contemporary authors, including Elias Venezis, M. Karagatsis, Angelos Terzakis, Stratis Myrivilis, Yiorgos Theotokas, Maria Iordanidou, Thanassis Valtinos, Yannis Makridakis, Dimosthenis Kourtovik, Angela Dimitrakaki, Yorgos Kyriakopoulos (2018 National Book Award in Literature/Novel), George Papadakis (2019 National Book Award in Literature/Novel) et al. Hestia publishes Nea Hestia, the oldest and most prestigious literary journal in Greece which was first issued in 1927, and it is published with no interruptions ever since. Our authors have been translated into, among others, English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, Romanian, Italian, Polish, Albanian, and Croatian.