Lotta Sonninen: ‘Pieni pahan mielen kirja’ sold to several countries

The translation rights of Lotta Soinninen’s ‘Pieni pahan mielen kirja’ have been sold by Elina Ahlbäck Literary Agency to the following publishers:

– A. W. Bruna, Netherlands;
– Le Livre de Poche, France;
– Droemer Knaur, Germany;
– Vigmostad & Bjørke, Norway;
– Euromedia, Czech Republic;
– DeA Planeta Libri, Italy;
– Vulkan, Serbia;
– Ikar, Slovakia;
– Editora Plaza & Janés/PRH, Spain;
– HarperCollins Nordic, Sweden;
– Eesti Raamat, Estonia;
– Modtryk, Denmark;
– Partvonal, Hungary;
– China Times, Taiwan;
– Bloomsbury, UK & Commonwealth;
– Gallery Books/Simon&Schuster, USA;
– Editora Globo/Globo Livros, Brazil;
– Citic Press, China;
– President Sha, Japan;
– Baltos Lankos, Lithuania;
– Bombora, Russia;
– Zvaigzne, Latvia;
– Stilus Knjiga, Croatia;
– Zysk i S-ka, Poland;
– Forlagid, Iceland;
– Planeta, Portugal;
– Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Indonesia;
– Kinneret-Zmora, Israel.

Kari Hotakainen: ‘The Unknown Kimi Räikkönen’ sold to Slovakia

Ikar in Slovakia has bought the rights of ‘The Unknown Kimi Räikkönen’ by Kari Hotakainen. Siltala has published the Finnish original. The book has been sold ten other countries previously:

Shanghai People´s Publishing House has bought the simplified Chinese language rights.

Uitgeverij Q has bought the Dutch language rights.

Simon & Schuster has bought the English language rights. Fleur Jeremiah will translate Hotakainen’s work.

Koolibri has bought the Estonian language rights.

Bastei Lübbe has bought the German language rights.

Helikon has bought the Hungarian language rights.

Iperborea has bought the Italian language rights.

San-Ei Shobo has bought the Japanese language rights.

Zysk has bought the Polish language rights.

Förlaget M has bought the Swedish language rights. Hotakainen’s work has been translated by Mårten Westö.

Tommi Kinnunen: ‘Pintti’ sold to Norway

Pax has bought the Norwegian language rights to Tommi Kinnunen’s ‘Pintti’ from Bonnier Rights Finland. Kinnunen’s work will be translated by the award-winning Norwegian translator Turid Farbregd.

Kari Hotakainen: ‘Tuntematon Kimi Räikkönen’ sold to ten countries so far

Kimi Räikkönen’s biography written by Kari Hotakainen has been sold to ten countries so far. Siltala has published the Finnish original.

Shanghai People´s Publishing House has bought the simplified Chinese language rights.

Uitgeverij Q has bought the Dutch language rights.

Simon & Schuster has bought the English language rights. Fleur Jeremiah will translate Hotakainen’s work.

Koolibri has bought the Estonian language rights.

Bastei Lübbe has bought the German language rights.

Helikon has bought the Hungarian language rights.

Iperborea has bought the Italian language rights.

San-Ei Shobo has bought the Japanese language rights.

Zysk has bought the Polish language rights.

Förlaget M has bought the Swedish language rights. Hotakainen’s work has been translated by Mårten Westö.