Roy Publishers focused largely on translations of Polish writers beginning in the 1940s.
Roy Publishers was a New York-based publishing house that focused largely on translations of Polish writers into English.
Its founder, Marian Kister (1897-1958), left Poland during World War II and came to New York in 1941. Having previously been
a publisher in Warsaw under the company name Rój, he and his wife Hanna started their publishing work shortly after settling
in New York.
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