The ProMosaik Translation team addresses all authors, who have written books, articles or others or who are about to finalise their work and are now looking for possibilities to have their work edited and published.

In this respect it is not important, how large the produced work is, as also short texts, articles and comments are welcomed. Authors can also prepare and publish interesting subjects on the website in form of news or present a book review relevant to the subjects ProMosaik Translation focusses on.

For us it is also not important, whether you are a professional or hobby writer. What counts is that you are enthusiastic about writing and deal mainly with cultural, linguistic, social, religious topics, peace education and dialogue.

Our intention is to build bridges between various authors and opinions to promote a dialogue between cultures, languages, peoples, and religions. This is the main objective pursued by the publishing department at ProMosaik Translation.

If you intend to publish your work, we can offer you the opportunity to introduce your work under your own name and also enable sponsors, who may like your contributions, to support you to present your work to a much larger public.

We will also be pleased to support you to have your work translated into another language, by offering international readers the chance to get acquainted with your thoughts and philosophy of life.

Our offer is directed to:

Professional Writers
Hobby Writers

Human Rights' Activists
Women's Rights Activists

and to intellectuals focussing on the following topics:

Peace Education
Intercultural Dialogue
Current Events
Women's Rights
Children all over the World
Social Sciences

Development Aid
Racism and Xenophobia


We offer authors the following services:

  • Publication of news, reviews, books, comments, articles, short texts and contributions;
  • Publications under the author's own name with a short profile of the relevant author;
  • The opportunity to attract sponsors for the author's own work;
  • Translations of works into other languages within the scope of company sponsors and lovers of cultural matters;
  • The broadening of the circle of readers of the author's work by publishing it on the internet.