Sandro Teti Publishing House

The Sandro Teti Publishing House was founded in Rome in 2002 and is now publishing five subject series including the most long-living one called Historos, run by Luciano Canfora. This series is dedicated to no-time-limit essays on history written by authors having an unconventional point of view on events. Russians and Italy is a book series telling the story of several century-long Russian presence in Italy and Italian presence in Russia. The main characters of this series represent the two countries’ literature, art, music, politics and diplomacy. They made a significant contribution useful to create and maintain the relationships between the two nations. ZigZag is a series covering fiction and poetry. It gives priority to young authors and mature beginners. Image is a series dedicated to catalogues and photo portfolios. A Theatre of history run by Ada Gigli Marchetti is thought to be an open curtain revealing history by means of theatre plays.
Sandro Teti Publishing House publishes also a quarterly magazine called Il Calendario del Popolo (People’s Calendar). Sandro Teti has bought all the rights from Nicola Teti Publishing House and Co. The catalogue of the Sandro Teti Publishing House counts more than one thousand book titles. The Sandro Teti Publishing House is a member of the Italian Publishers’ Guild AIE (Associazione Italiana Editori) and of the Independent Publishers’ Observatory ODEI (Osservatorio degli editori indipendenti).

AIE

Associazione Italiana Editori

ODEI

Osservatorio Degli Editori Indipendenti

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Sandro Teti is the founder and the director of the Sandro Teti Publishing House. He is a publisher, a journalist, an international relations expert, a communications advisor aide to companies with the state bodies, a professional translator to and from Russian and a negotiations interpreter. He is also the founder and the owner of the Teti Consulting Company dealing with internationalization.
He studied political sciences and graduated from the State University of Milan with full marks. From 1981 to 1984 he lived in the Soviet Union (Moscow) and worked for the Novosti Agency.
From 2003 Sandro Teti heads the Alferov Foundation in Italy, an Italian branch of “Saint Petersburg Foundation on education and science support” created by a Nobel Prize winner Zhores Alferov, vice president of the Russian Science Academy and a member of the national parliament – the Russian Federation State Duma.
In 2011 Zhores Alferov, President of the University of Saint Petersburg Science Academy and a Nobel prize winner, appoints Sandro Teti the Italian representative and responsible for the relationships between the above University and the state bodies. The same year Teti becomes the Italian representative of the Russian-based MAPP (International Association of Writers and Publicists) in Italy.
In 2011 and 2012 Sandro Teti develops relationships with economic, diplomatic, cultural and educational circles of Cuba, Venezuela and other Latin American countries.
From 2012 to 2015 Teti raises the intensity of his cooperation with economic, diplomatic, cultural and educational bodies of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan in Italy as well as abroad. Moreover, his Publishing house issues and distributes in Italy the works of different authors dedicated to these two countries all across Italy. Teti’s cultural and consulting activity is also addressed to the Russian Federation and to the CIS (Commonwealth of the Independent States).
In 2010 Sandro Teti becomes the publisher and the editor in chief of a historical and cultural magazine Il Calendario del Popolo (People’s Calendar) founded in 1945. Sandro Teti gives a second birth to the review and renews it after the death of his father, Nicola Teti, who had been publishing it for forty-six years.
In March, 2016, Sandro Teti gets appointed as the head of the Italian Branch of the International Centre on multiculturalism of Baku City, Azerbaijan.

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