Holland Park Press
Holland Park Press is an independent, privately owned, London based publishing house. It was founded in 2009 by Bernadette Jansen op de Haar.
Holland Park Press has an Anglo-Dutch flavour as its speciality is to publish contemporary Dutch writers in Dutch and English. Holland Park Press also publishes new works written in English and translations of classic Dutch novels. The Press specialises in fiction and poetry.
It also publishes an online magazine with weekly columns on topical issues.
Books by Holland Park Press
- Eline Vere by Louis Couperus, completely revised translation of JT Grein
- Angel by Arnold Jansen op de Haar, translated by Bernadette Jansen op de Haar
- Engel by Arnold Jansen op de Haar
- Top of the Sixties by David Ayres
- The Lonely Tree by Yael Politis
- King of Tuzla by Arnold Jansen op de Haar, translated by Paul Vincent
- De koning van Tuzla by Arnold Jansen op de Haar
- Hedwig’s Journey (original title: Van de koele meren des doods) by Frederik van Eeden, updated translation of Margaret Robinson
- Yugoslav Requiem by Arnold Jansen op de Haar, translated by Paul Vincent
- Joegoslavisch requiem by Arnold Jansen op de Haar
- Finding Soutbek by Karen Jennings
- Everything Must Go by Rosie Garland