Aiolos Books is a long-established and acclaimed publishing house from Greece with a rich history of 35 years.
Aiolos was founded in 1984 with the aim of providing Greek readers with complete versions and updated, relevant translations of classic masterpieces of literature. Through the years, we have collaborated with some of the most important international publishing houses and agencies home and abroad. We have always been selective in our choice of titles and endeavor to meet our readers’ needs by providing them with a wide range of stimulating and inspiring fiction and non-fiction books, impeccably translated and edited by high caliber professionals.
Our selection has established Aiolos in the conscience of the Greek readers as one of the most consistent and trusted sources in the field of translated fiction, both classic and contemporary. We have had the privilege of extending our catalogue to include word-famous authors such J.R.R. Tolkien, Arthur C. Clarke, Ursula K. Le Guin, William Gibson, Michael Moorcock, Ray Bradbury, Octavia E. Butler, Tom Robbins, Chuck Palahniuk, H.P. Lovecraft, H.G. Wells, George Orwell, Ann Leckie and others.
Our books are readily available throughout the country in multiple sale posts thanks to our experienced sales representatives and our solid partnerships with wholesalers, chain bookstores and local bookshops which come as a direct result of our long and esteemed presence in the greek publishing market and span many years. Naturally, we have a continuous and active presence in all the major events and festivals of the publishing sector in Greece, such as the Thessaloniki International Book Fair.
Carefully curated events and presentations are an integral part of our book launches. We are always looking for new and original spaces for our events, serving the cultural context of each book and the interest of our audience.
We take great pride in the high standards that we have achieved and promise to continue to pay attention to detail, which is only what our eclectic readers deserve.