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Kant in a box! A fun gift book for aspring students of philosophy. Cut out, glue, paste, put together, drink some coffee. Then, understand the idea of everything. In a box. It takes 30 minutes. Maybe more. Not more than an afternoon. We’ve tested. Watch the movie and the fast slide show. We represent … Continued
After more than 26 years Marlis Gaemperli is retiring today. We thank her for her superb services and her laughter. We wish her all the best for the future.
We are proud to announce our most recent hire: Aya (aged 1) has been enlisted to sniff out our archives for missing documents, royalty payments and formal notifications. If you’re missing anything, Aya will get on the case.
Imagine Charles Darwin and Karl Marx had met. Ilona Jerger’s novel „And Marx Stood Still in Darwin’s Garden“ is a German bestseller. Its publisher Ullstein Verlag had two two-dimensional visitors at their stand at the Frankfurter Buchmesse. Translation rights: Ullstein Verlag All other: Mohrbooks
On 27 September 1970 Erich Maria Remarque died in Locarno, Switzerland. He is best known for his novel ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (German original: Im Westen nichts neues). In Russia, he is best known for his novel THREE COMRADES (German: Drei Kameraden) and the romantic novel A TIME TO LOVE AND A TIME … Continued
UNORTHODOX by Deborah Feldman Agency: Simon & Schuster, New York German rights c/o Mohrbooks: Secession Verlag After having spent considerable time on the hardcover list, this memoir is back on the list with BTB’s German paperback reprint.
THE SOUL OF AN OCTOPUS by Sy Montgomery (Agency: Simon & Schuster/Gallery Books) German rights: c/o Mohrbooks sold to Mare Verlag Spiegel Bestseller #12 (Hardcover Non-Fiction)
We are excited that Hanser Verlag just published historian Philipp Blom’s new book The World Unhinged. He explains how climate change, industrial processes and migration correlated in the rise of the modern world during the Little Ice Age when Londoners walked across the Thames in winter to see a Shakespeare play. A thing of the past? The German … Continued