Éditions Albin Michel

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Éditions Albin Michel
FounderAlbin Michel
Country of originFrance
Headquarters locationParis
Publication typesBooks
Official websitewww.albin-michel.fr

Éditions Albin Michel is a French publisher. In January 2022, the new director is Anna Pavlowitch, the daughter of Paul Pavlowitch.


It was founded in 1900 by Albin Michel.[1][2] They published, first, Romain Rolland, Henri Barbusse, Roland Dorgelès, Henri Pourrat, Vercors, Robert Sabatier, and Didier Van Cauwelaert, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt, Daphne du Maurier, Mary Higgins Clark, Stephen King or Thomas Harris.


In 2016, Le Monde criticized the publication of far-right authors as Éric Zemmour, Philippe de Villiers, Patrick Buisson.[3] Robert Ménard, also published by the house and identified as far-right mayor, denounced a bad economic strategy to cancel their contract with Zemmour running for the 2022 French presidential election.[4]



  • Maîtres de la littérature étrangère

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  1. ^ Publishers weekly
  2. ^ Open Library
  3. ^ "Zemmour, de Villiers, Buisson... Quand Albin Michel faisait le pari de la droite radicale". 3 June 2021.
  4. ^ "Robert Ménard sur la rupture du contrat entre les éditions Albin Michel et Éric Zemmour: "Si c'est vrai, c'est dégueulasse"".

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