Austrian Cultural Forum London
The Austrian Cultural Forum London promotes cultural contacts between the UK and Austria by organising events and supporting artists and projects in the fields of music, performing arts, literature, film and visual arts as well as through academic symposia and public discussion. It provides a venue in central London for recitals, lectures, conferences and visual arts.

Boersenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels (German Publishers and Booksellers Association)
The Boersenverein represents the interests of about 6,500 publishing companies, bookshops and antiquarian booksellers, intermediate book traders and publishing representatives. Founded in 1825 in Leipzig (its headquarters now in Frankfurt with ten regional offices), it sees itself as the industry’s mouthpiece, whilst serving the public and politics in an advisory and consultant role.   

The British Centre for Literary Translation is the publisher of New Books in German.
The BCLT is Britain’s foremost centre for the development, promotion and support of literary translation. Founded in 1989 by the late W G ‘Max’ Sebald. BCLT is based at the University of East Anglia and is supported by Arts Council England.

Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur (Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, the Arts and Culture), Vienna
Provides information on the federal funding programmes for all segments of contemporary art including the performing and fine arts, music and literature, film, new media, photography, architecture and design.  

Frankfurt Book Fair
The Frankfurt Book Fair, the organiser of the book industry’s most important international get-together, also acts to create networks in other parts of the world. Its international activities provide German publishing companies with support in opening up markets, making new contacts, rights and licence trade, and encouraging exports.   

German Book Office, New York
The German Book Office, New York, serves as bridge between the German and North American publishing industries.It is an initiative of the Frankfurt Book Fair, and is a comprehensive source for information on German books, the German book market, and the Frankfurt Book Fair. The GBO produces two rights lists a year, organises literary events, recommends German readers and translators, and provides information on translation funding. It distributes New Books in German in the USA.

German Embassy London
Among its other activities the German Embassy provides support for, and information on, cultural events and supports the promotion of literature and the other arts.   

The Goethe-Institut is Germany’s cultural institution with its central offices in Munich and representative institutes worldwide. The London institute has a comprehensive arts programme, and actively promotes literature as well as film and the visual arts.  

Pro Helvetia
Pro Helvetia is the Swiss Arts Council, supporting and promoting all aspects of Swiss culture, and has a comprehensive translations grants programme. Based in Zurich, it was founded in 1939 and is funded entirely by the Swiss Confederation.   

Swiss Embassy London
The Swiss Embassy promotes the links between the UK and Switzerland. Multicultural and multilingual Switzerland is an example of diversity and integration and promoting its arts is also part of the embassy brief from theatre to music, literature to the visual arts.