Europa Editions featured in T Magazine

"Recently, something improbably happened in the literary world: Europa Editions -- a small, Italian-born publisher -- became, of all things, a coveted intellectual brand," writes Liesl Schillinger in T Magazine (of The New York Times) this week. "The Ferris [the husband and wife co-founders] wanted to break down those walls by making Americans hungry for fiction with a global outlook. The surest way to instill that hunger, they thought -- apart from choosing titles that had been well-received overseas -- was to add some European visual flair." 

Europa Editions has published many of our titles, including Muriel Barbery's The Elegance of the Hedgehog; Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt's Concerto the Memory of an Angel, Three Women in a Mirror, The Most Beautiful Book in the World, The Beautiful Bouquet, and Invisible Love; Anna Gavalda's Billie, French Leave and Life Only Better; Amélie Nothomb's Hygiene and the Assassin, Tokyo Fiancée, and Life Form; and Raphaël Jerusalmy's Saving Mozart.