Elsinor Publishing House

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The Elsinor Verlag is a 2006 established an independent publisher based in Coesfeld . The founder is Thomas Pago.

Publishing program

Elsinor Verlag publishes novels and stories, dramas and essays that are hardly known, such as individual works by the Königsberg writer Katarina Botsky , which are being re-edited by Martin A. Völker . The publisher creates a new version of the text on the basis of the first edition or a comparison of several authorized editions. The publisher also publishes first editions by today's authors.

Well-known authors

Werner Bergengruen , Cecil Day-Lewis ( pseudonym : Nicholas Blake), Katarina Botsky , Bernard von Brentano , John Buchan , Wilhelm Busch , GK Chesterton , Alexander Moritz Frey , Harry Graf Kessler , Eduard von Keyserling , Arthur Koestler , Gustav Meyrink , Danny Morrison , Wilhelm Raabe , Ludwig Rubiner , Rainer Schepper , Norbert W. Schlinkert , Wilhelm Speyer , Robert Louis Stevenson , Johannes Urzidil , Georg Veit , Voltaire , Oscar Wilde .

Regional imprint "Longinus"

Since autumn 2014, Elsinor's program has been expanded to include a regional imprint called Longinus. Longinus presents Westfalica in the broadest sense, including primarily literary evidence.

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