Suhrkamp is one of Europe's most prestigious publishing houses. It's homonymous culture - a termin vented by George Steiner - stands for excellence in the fields of literature and humanities.
Today consisting of five publishing branches, the group also offers a sophisticated variety of works in the fields of crime fiction, religious studies, contemporary drama and historical fiction, to name only a few. The company represents world rights for the canon of German literature (i.e. H. Hesse, T. Bernhard, M. Frisch, P. Handke, C. Wolf), the Frankfurt School and its descendants (T.W. Adorno, J. Habermas, A. Honneth) and a number of international authors (J. Andruchowytsch, E. Illouz, L. Darvasi, a.o.).