Spring 2020 Fiction & Non-Fiction Rights Guide is published!

This Spring 2020 we are excited to introduce new award-winning and bestselling Finnish authors for our international publishers:

Hanna-Riikka Kuisma and her Finlandia Prize nominated novel High-Rise, is not far from Dostoyevsky’s dreamy basement writings. Sara Medberg’s Charlotta is a Jane Austen inspired novel in 19th-century Turku. Finlandia-winner Johanna Sinisalo tells a modern horror story and family drama in her award-winning novel Strangers InsidePauliina Susi’s suspenseful mystery Pulse is set in the darkness of Lapland.

In Non-Fiction, award-winning journalist Jessikka Aro’s true stories from the Russian information warfare, Putin’s Trolls is a bestseller in Finland with over 17,000 copies sold – and rights sold in Poland, Estonia and Lithuania. Young genius, composer and inventor Perttu Pölönen in his bestseller Future Skills inspires us to open our imagination, which is the most important tool for predicting the future.

Browse through our Spring Rights Guide 2020, find your next bestseller & award-winning Finnish book, and we’ll be happy to send you reading materials!

Our international bestsellers by award-winning Finnish authors will be soon published in English and in over 10, even 35 territories. Finnish literature is conquering the world – and Hollywood:

HarperCollins will publish A Wonderful Life by Frank Martela in March 2020 – W.W. Norton is publishing My Friend Natalia  by Laura Lindstedt in Spring 2021 – Simon & Schuster will publish The Women I Think About At Night  by Mia Kankimäki in November 2020 – and Max Seeck’s global phenomenon The Witch Hunter  will be published in the Fall 2020 by Berkley, Penguin Random House in the US and Welbeck in the UK. The Witch Hunter has been optioned by Greg Silverman’s Stampede Ventures to a Hollywood TV show.