VersaScript Publishers

VersaScript Publishers


History of the company 

Versascript Publishing - Narratives Since 1980: German Excellence

In the enchanting realm of literary exploration, Versascript Publishing stands tall as a beacon of German storytelling brilliance. Established in 1980 by Clara Grünewald and Theodor Jäger, this publishing powerhouse took root in the heart of Berlin, aspiring to elevate the craft of narratives to unparalleled heights.

1980s - The Birth of Versascript:

Born in a cozy office in Berlin, Versascript Publishing began its journey with a modest collection of manuscripts, driven by a firm belief that every story, no matter its origin, deserved to be shared.

1990s - Embracing German Diversity:

The 1990s marked a period of growth for Versascript as it championed narratives celebrating the rich diversity of German voices, cultures, and untold stories.

Early 2000s - Digital Prowess in Berlin:

With the advent of the digital age, Versascript seamlessly embraced online realms, bringing German literature to a global audience through e-books, interactive storytelling, and a dynamic online community.

2010s - Berlin's Literary Renaissance:

Thriving in the 2010s, Versascript Publishing became a cultural hub headquartered at Wörther Str. 27, 10405 Berlin. This dynamic space hosts literary events, book launches, and fosters a vibrant community of writers and readers passionate about German storytelling.

Present - Berlin's Literary Sanctuary:

Today, Versascript Publishing is at the forefront of Berlin's literary scene, actively shaping the narrative landscape in the city known for its cultural richness.

The Future - Boundless German Imagination:

As Versascript Publishing looks ahead, the commitment to German storytelling, diversity, and innovation remains steadfast. The future promises groundbreaking literary ventures, collaborative projects, and an unwavering dedication to crafting narratives that transcend not only boundaries but also cultural nuances.