The names of literary greats are inscribed in the pediment of the publishing house Calmann-Lévy, founded in 1836. Initially a small firm specialized in editing plays, its founder, Simon Lévy, who had recently arrived from Lorraine where he was a peddler, would run the business with his youngest son, Michel. This latter quickly proved to be an exceptional editor. He is not yet twenty when he publishes Théophile Gautier; some of the most prestigious names of 19th century literature are soon to follow: Dumas, Baudelaire, Flaubert, Hugo, Sand, Lamartine, Stendhal and Nerval.
Rights Director : Ms. Patricia Roussel
Rights Assistant : Ms. Sarah Chamard
21 rue du Montparnasse - CS 10636
75298 Paris Cedex 06
Tél : 00 33 1 49 54 36 00
Fax : 00 33 1 49 54 36 40
To receive our rights lists, please contact our rights Team.
If you are interested in considering any of our books for translation, or you have any other query regarding our books, please do not hesitate to send us your requests filling the form here below :
* Mentions obligatoires / Mandatory information
By submitting this form, you agree your personal information to be processed by Calmann-Lévy to respond to your request. Only Calmann-Lévy will use your personal information, which will be stored for a period of time depending on the nature of the data, in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
You are entitled to access, correct, delete, object, request data portability, define post-mortem instructions about your personal information by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and also to contact the French supervisory authority (“the CNIL”).