Rosinante Announce New Rights Partnership with RCW
We are delighted to share the press release below from our new partners at Rosinante:
Rosinante are thrilled to announce a rights partnership with Rogers Coleridge and White Ltd in which Rogers Coleridge and White will represent Rosinante’s Danish language authors on their behalf.
Rogers Coleridge and White, working in close collaboration with Rosinante, will handle a selection of their Danish authors throughout the world (excluding Denmark).
Rights Director of Rogers Coleridge and White Ltd, Laurence Laluyaux, comments: “We have had a strong relationship with Rosinante for many years and together with my colleagues Stephen Edwards and Zoe Nelson, we are excited to be given the wonderful opportunity to represent the highly acclaimed authors on Rosinante’s list, many of whom are already well-known internationally”.
Managing director of Rosinante & Co, Jakob Lambert, says: “We have always admired Rogers Coleridge and White for their professionalism, kindness and impressive work for a list of brilliant clients – some of whom Rosinante already publish in Danish translation. It is a fantastic chance to join forces on Rosinante’s foreign rights”.
Rosinante was founded in 1982 by Merete Ries and is an imprint of Rosinante & Co, an independent company in the Gyldendal Group and one of Denmark’s leading literary publishing houses. With Jacob Søndergaard as publisher, Rosinante publish Danish and translated literary fiction, non-fiction, and crime. Its list of international Danish authors includes Peter Høeg, Helle Helle, Morten Ramsland, Christina Hesselholdt and many others. Rosinante’s translated list includes Zadie Smith, Arundhati Roy, Michel Houellebecq, Péter Nádas, P.O. Enquist, Sofi Oksanen, Joël Dicker, Anne B. Ragde, Liza Marklund, John le Carré and other contemporary authors as well as a strong list of classic authors in translation such as James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Cervantes, Dostoevsky, Stefan Zweig, Jack Kerouac, Tomas Tranströmer and Primo Levi.
Rosinante would like to thank Jenny Thor and her colleagues at Gyldendal Group Agency for having done a fantastic job with their authors and for laying a strong foundation for Rogers Coleridge and White’s work with Rosinante’s foreign rights.