Nashre-Cheshmeh is a family business with more than 100 employees. It is one of the most active private publishing houses of Iran with more than 1,500 books published, an annual number of 130 new ones, and six bookstores.
Active for more than 35 years, Nashre-Cheshmeh publish the works of the most significant Iranian writers, poets, and translators, and the leading young generation of writers in the country. Many of these have novels, short stories, poems published, or going to be published, in the European countries, the US, and Asia.
Nashre-Cheshmeh have always supported Iran’s joining the Berne Convention, acquiring under this Persian translation rights for books by Orhan Pamuk, Steve Toltz, Patrick Modiano, Javier Marias, Rolf Dobelli, Alain Badiou, Klaus Modick, Ben Clanton, Siri Kolu.