The publishing house Nieuw Amsterdam consists of Wereldbibliotheek, Bas Lubberhuizen and Fontaine Uitgevers, all of which specialise in high-quality books. Together, they publish about 150 titles a year and three journals: De Parelduiker, Amstelodamum and Hollands Maandblad.

Nieuw Amsterdam

publishes books in the Dutch language, particularly translated literature, as well as on food, culture, sport, crime and history by authors such as David Mitchell, Hanya Yanagihara, Pieter Steinz, Thomas Verbogt and Karin Luiten.

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Wereldbibliotheek

was established in 1905, making it one of the oldest publishers in the Netherlands. Wereldbibliotheek joined Nieuw Amsterdam in 2014. It publishes high-quality literature by authors including Thomas Mann, Elena Ferrante and Isabel Allende, and non-fiction in the categories of history, philosophy, psychology and politics.

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Bas Lubberhuizen

focuses mainly on Amsterdam, art and photography publications and the literature magazine De Parelduiker. Bas Lubberhuizen joined Nieuw Amsterdam in 2015.

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Fontaine Uitgevers

publishes well-produced, high-quality books on food, history, science and technology and nature. Successful authors in its portfolio include the internationally celebrated cookery writers Yotam Ottolenghi and Claudia Roden, the Dutch cookery writer Yvette van Boven and science journalist Govert Schilling. Fontaine Uitgevers was established in 2002, is located in Hilversum and joined Nieuw Amsterdam in 2015.

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