Scandinavian Book Trade, Publishers, etc.

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  • Akademisk Forlag - Denmark's university publisher. Textbooks, reference and scholarly works.
  • BogGuide - from the Danish publishers' association, in Danish. Includes publisher links, bookstore search form, news from the book trade, and an online book cafe. The bookstore search form allows you to search by store name or by street , town, or zip code. The news archive has a search engine as well.
    See also Bogguide: Forlag- a list of Danish publishers' websites
  • Copenhagen Business School Press - publisher of books on Management, Economics, Law and Linguistics. Searchable catalog and links to the homepages of some of their authors.
  • Gyldendal - homepage of the major Danish publishing house, with information about the publisher and a link to the website for Den Store Danske Encyklopædi, including sample articles.
    See also Saxo database.
  • DJØF Online - publishing arm of the Association of Danish Lawyers and Economists. Produces professional literature in law, economics, and other social sciences. The searchable website includes publications, author lists, and a news service.
  • Museum Tusculanums Forlag - scholarly press for the humanities, social sciences and theology, including works by scholars associated with University of Copenhagen and The Royal Library. Searchable catalogue, including abstracts of many works.
  • Saxo - Major database and Internet bookstore with over 80,000 titles published since 1991, continually updated with new titles. The sources of information for these titles include the Danish Library Center (Dansk BiblioteksCenter), the book trade, and over 1,500 Danish publishers. Also included are links to book-related organizations, literary prizes, and many Danish publishers. Saxo is owned by the major publishers Gylendal and Munksgaard.

Faroe Islands

  • - View and browse historical magazines and journals from Iceland, Faroe Islands and Greenland.



  • AkateeminenKirjakauppa - homepage of a large Finnish academic bookstore, with publishing announcements. In Finnish with some Swedish.
  • Books from Finland - A quarterly English-language literary journal of writing from and about Finland (fiction as well as non-fiction), published since 1967 and online since 1998.
  • Transcript - Internet review of books and writing.
  • Granum - virtual bookstore for scholarly publications, from Tampere University Library. Search by author or title or click on a category for a list of titles. Some information about Granum is available in English.
  • Schildts Förlag - Finnish-Swedish publisher, specializing in literature. New books and older catalogs, annotated in Swedish.



  • Atuagkat - a bookstore in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, offering a catalog of books about Greenland in various languages.
  • - View and browse historical magazines and journals from Iceland, Faroe Islands and Greenland.



  • Bóksala stúdenta - bookstore of the University of Rekyavik, with a searchable catalog. Includes many texts for teaching Icelandic language.
  • Edda - Iceland's book connection, with a link to Iceland's largest publisher Mal og Menning plus other publishers (at left frame: Útgefendur) and searchable catalogs.
  • - View and browse historical magazines and journals from Iceland, Faroe Islands and Greenland.



  • Akademika - the largest university bookstore in Norway. Features an online catalog, searchable by author, title, and ISBN.
  • Boknett  - from Forlagsentralen (the Center for Publishing).
    Includes the current issue of Bok og Samfunn, the news publication of Den norske Bokhandlerforening (the Norwegian Booksellers' Association).
    See also Bookstores on the Net from Boknett - links to bookstores online.
  • Cappelen  - Norwegian publisher with branches for belles lettres and academic titles (CAF).
  • Bokloftet - information and books in stock from the Lokalhistorisk Forlag & Antikvariat.
  • Norli - Norwegian online bookseller dealing with all subjects. Online lists, arranged by subject, of books in stock.
  • Universitetsforlaget- result of a merger between Aschehoug and Scandinavian University Press for scholarly and scientific journals and books. Includes lists of publications.



  • Adlibris - online bookshop: search by author, title, ISBN or keyword.
  • Akademibokhandeln - Sweden's largest bookstore. Browse the catalog or search by author name, title, or ISBN.
  • Bibliotekstjänst - a company partially owned by the Swedish Library Association (SAB) that sells and develops media and information products and services.
  • Bokhandeln - online bookstore with searchable catalog, reviews, and interviews.
  • Boktjänst Direkt - an online bookstore for libraries and institutions, not individuals.
  • - online bookstore with many international titles translated into Swedish.
  • English Book Centre - online bookstore specializing in books for TESOL.
    Books are listed by topic, with title and price.
  • Hedengrens - Stockholm bookstore with emphasis on the humanities.
    Searchable catalog (author, title, subject, description, publisher).
  • SvB direkt (Service of the Svensk Bokhandel) - publication of the Swedish Publishers' Association.

Multiple Countries

  • Antiquarian Books in Scandinavia (Swedish Antiquarian Booksellers Association [SAF], and the Danish Antiquarian Booksellers Association [ABF]) - over 102,000 titles from 26 Scandinavian members of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, updated weekly. Keyword search in English, Swedish or Danish.can be limited by country, city, region, bookseller, language, century, price, and books added in the most recent week.

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