Tatar Book Publishers

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Tatar Book Publishers
Татарстан китап нәшрияты логотибы.jpg
Parent companyGovernment of Tatarstan
StatusActive
FoundedJuly 22, 1919; 102 years ago (July 22, 1919)
Country of originRussia (Republic of Tatarstan)
Headquarters location2 Dekabristov str., Kazan, Tatarstan
DistributionWorldwide
Key people
Publication typesBooks
Nonfiction topicsLiterature on Tatar culture and in Tatar language
Official websitewww.tatkniga.ru

Tatar Book Publishers (Tatar: Татарстан китап нәшрияты) is a Soviet and Russian regional state-owned publishing house located in Tatarstan. It predominantly prints books in the Tatar language[2] and is the largest publishing house among those specializing in literature in regional languages of Russia[3][4] as well as one of the largest publishing houses in Tatarstan. Tatar Book Publishers publishes fiction and children's literature, textbooks, academic publications.[5]

Its current name dates back to 1958 when it became the principal publishing house of the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.[2] In 2018 the Publisher had 190 permanent commercial partners.[6]

On top of school subject textbooks, ordered by Tatarstan ministry of education and science for schools using Tatar as a medium of instruction, as well as some privately ordered or grant-funded books, the publishing house printed 106 titles (of them 32 children's literature) in 2018, and 103 (28) in 2019.[7]

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  1. ^ "Ex-press-secretary of Rustam Minnikhanov named to head Tatar Book Publishers (Бывший пресс-секретарь Рустама Минниханова возглавил татарское книжное издательство)". Business Online (in Russian). May 5, 2015.
  2. ^ a b Center of Tatar literature — About us
  3. ^ Anastasia Keyzerova (2017-02-27). "Books of Russia fair to take place in Kazan (Книжная ярмарка "Книги России" пройдет в Казани)". https://rg.ru/ (in Russian). Rossiyskaya Gazeta. Retrieved 2020-10-18. External link in |website= (help)
  4. ^ "Celebrating centenary of Tatar Book Publishers (ПРАЗДНОВАНИЕ 100-ЛЕТИЯ ТАТАРСКОГО КНИЖНОГО ИЗДАТЕЛЬСТВА)". http://aski.ru/ (in Russian). Russian book publishers association, member of International Publishers Association. 2019-12-10. Retrieved 2020-10-18. External link in |website= (help)
  5. ^ Evgeny Kolesov (2018-01-16). "What do Tatarstan Book Publishers print over and above of Tuqay (Что (кроме Тукая) публикуют татарстанские книжные издательства)". inde.io (in Russian). Retrieved 2020-10-18.
  6. ^ "Tatar Book Publishers will open stands in shopping malls and bazaars to widen its retail network (Таткнигоиздат откроет отделы в ТЦ и на рынках, чтобы расширить розничную сеть)". https://www.kommersant.ru/ (in Russian). Kommersant-Kazan. 2018-06-08. Retrieved 2020-10-18. External link in |website= (help)
  7. ^ Gulnaz Badretdin, Ayrat Nigmatullin (2020-06-27). "Fighting for subsidies: Tatar Book Publishers don't want to merge with Tatmedia (Битва за субсидии: Таткнигоиздат не хочет вливаться в "Татмедиа")". https://www.business-gazeta.ru/ (in Russian). «Business Online» newspaper. Retrieved 2020-10-18. External link in |website= (help)
  8. ^ "Tatar Book Publishing House will present new books in Moscow". http://tatar-congress.org/. World Congress of Tatars. 2020-08-26. Retrieved 2020-10-18. External link in |website= (help)

External links[edit]

Karimullin Abrar. Tatar state publishing house and Tatar Book of Russia (1917-1932).