It was at Lenizdat that the first Soviet mass series "people's library" appeared, where works by Pushkin, Gogol, Lermontov, Gorky, and other major writers were published. Later in the 1980s, Zoshchenko, Shukshin, Platonov, and Granin were published there.
"Lenizdat" was founded back in 1917 and is one of the oldest Russian publishing houses.
"Lenizdat" has changed along with the country, each time emphasizing different names and literature.
We produce projects that are significant and important for Russia and the CIS.
Our goal is to tell about the greatness of Russian literature, to recall the names of the greatest writers, artists, architects and musicians, and to introduce new writers, Russian and foreign.
Today the publishing group includes the publishing house "Watercolor," which specializes in children's literature and books on art, the publishing house "Lenizdat," which publishes classical literature and the best of modern literature, and the publishing house "TeamBook2.