Bibliotheka Edizioni

Via Val D'Aosta 18
00141 Rome (RM) Italy

Tel: +39 06 86390279

Bibliotheka Edizioni was founded in 2014 by the initiative of its Director Santiago Maradei. At the dawn it develops as a publishing brand owned by Eureka3, a solid and long-lived communications agency in Rome. Given the sudden success and robust growth that has been going on since the early months, in November 2015 it is constituted as a separate company even if still strongly consolidated in the corporate group to which it belongs.

The Directive imprint is immediately clear and decisive: to seek Italian talents to be enhanced both in the Bel Paese and abroad. And so the catalog is enriched by a colorful set of titles. Between fiction and non-fiction, over 200 books are published in just over four years with a constant growth in terms of editorial and stylistic maturity.

Through the participation in the major fairs of the sector, Frankfurter Buchmesse 2016 (Messe, Frankfurt) More Free Books 2016 (Palazzo dei Congressi, Rome), Tempo di Libri 2016 (Fiera di Rho, Milan), Frankfurter Buchmesse 2017, Più Libri Più Liberi 2017 (La Nuvola di Fuksas, Rome) and the International Book Fair 2018 (Lingotto fiere, Turin) let us know the Works of our Authors to the widest possible audience, also trying to realize, when possible, the translation into other languages.

The distribution of our paper titles is made by the most important independent distributor of publishing products in Italy: Messaggerie libri. This allows our books to be ordered in over 1,000 stores in the country.

The distribution of our titles in eBook format is operated by StreetLib that guarantees us the sale of our products in several dozen international stores.

Currently our main series divide the Works into: Non-fiction, Manuals, Storytelling, Great classics, Bussole (a series of political studies conceived and directed by the Pietro Nenni Foundation together with the Bruno Buozzi Foundation), Distoric (a series of historical and artistic studies against the current by Professor Pietro Ratto) and Poetry.