Into Kustannus Oy is a Finnish publishing company, founded in 2007.
Into publishes various kinds of fiction and non-fiction books and Finnish edition of the newspaper Le Monde diplomatique & Novaja Gazeta. It comes out six times a year as a tabloid magazine. Into aims at broadening the literary field in Finland by actively bringing up current topics in culture and society. In total there are about 70 Into books per year, including awarded or nominated highlights. Besides book publishing, Into organises various literature-related events every year.
Some of the foreign authors translated and published by us are Naomi Klein, Boris Akunin, Ismail Kadare, Arundhati Roy, Tariq Ali, Evgeni Vodolazkin, Kyung-sook Shin, Thomas Piketty, Roman Senchin, Andy Weir, Denise Rudberg, Ha-Joon Chang, Luke Harding, Paul Verhoeven, Conchita Wurst, Artemy Troitsky, Luiz Ruffato, Nicholas Shaxson, Sergey Lukyanenko and Mahatma Gandhi.
Into has stood out for its unique profile and its many-sided, innovative publishing program. Many of our books have achieved excellent visibility, receiving awards and nominations. For example, Kalle Kniivilä’s Putinin väkeä – Venäjän hiljainen enemmistö (“Putin’s folk: The Quiet Majority of Russia”) was awarded the Kanava award for best non-fiction book in 2014. Esa Koivuranta, Kati Pehkonen, Tuija Sorjanen and Annina Vainio’s Marimekko – Suuria kuvioita (“Marimekko – Great patterns”) was nominated for the Tieto-Finlandia award in 2015. Laura Gustafsson’s Huorasatu (“Whore Tale”) was nominated for the Finlandia and the Helsingin Sanomat Literary Prize in 2011.