Pushkin launches translated crime imprint

Pushkin launches translated crime imprint

Pushkin Press is launching a new imprint for crime fiction in translation, Pushkin Vertigo, which will publish crime classics from around the world.

The list will issue crime and thriller classics from the 1920s to the 1970s written by international authors, many of whom are well known in their native countries. While some of the titles have been published in English, others have never been translated into English before. 

Daniel Seton, commissioning editor of Pushkin and co-editor of Pushkin Vertigo, said: “We have long believed that there is a gap in the market for more translated ficti...

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