|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Headquarters location||London, England|
|Fiction genres||Literature in translation, General fiction, Juvenile fiction, Children's books,|
|Imprints||Pushkin Press, Pushkin Children’s Books, ONE|
Pushkin Press is a British-based publishing house dedicated to publishing novels, essays, memoirs and children’s books. The London-based company was founded in 1997, notable for publishing authors such as Stefan Zweig, Marcel Aymé, Antal Szerb, Paul Morand and Yasushi Inoue, as well as award-winning contemporary writers, including Andrés Neuman, Edith Pearlman and Ryu Murakami.
Pushkin Press was founded in 1997 by Melissa Ulfane whose ambition was to bring literature in translation to the UK. Pushkin Press is notable for rediscovering less known European classics of the twentieth century and is largely responsible for reigniting worldwide interest into authors such as Stefan Zweig and Antal Szerb.
In 2012, Pushkin Press was bought by Adam Freudenheim, then Penguin Classics publisher, and Stephanie Seegmuller, a former Penguin senior business development manager.
In 2013, Pushkin Press created Pushkin Children’s Books, an imprint dedicated to publishing tales for younger readers. In its first year, Pushkin Children’s Books published English translation of French children's series Oksa Pollock by Anne Plichota and Cendrine Wolf, first of which, The Last Hope, has been the company’s bestselling title in 2014 to date.
Also in Autumn 2013, Pushkin Press created ONE, an imprint focused on literary débuts that publishes one exceptional fiction or non-fiction title a season. All titles published under ONE are commissioned and edited by Elena Lappin.
Pushkin Press are also known for their beautifully produced and designed books which often feature thickly grained covers and French flaps.
Titles published by ONE so far include:
- Gideon Lewis-Kraus’s A Sense of Direction: Pilgrimage for the Restless and the Hopeful (13/02/2014)
- Jamie Mason - Three Graves Full (10/10/2014)
- Publisher & Managing Director: Adam Freudenheim
- Associate Publisher & COO: Stephanie Seegmuller
- Editor: Gesche Ipsen
- Editor: Daniel Seton