Tre60 started life in 2012 as an imprint of TEA, publishing mainly fiction. Like a chameleon, known for its 360-degree vision and ability to adapt to any environment and blend in, Tre60 now publishes a wide variety of narrative titles designed for an audience as wide and heterogeneous as possible: romantic novels, tales of adventure, thrillers, practical manuals, self-help books and popular psychology.
Always keeping an eye on new and emerging trends, in 2017 Tre60 introduced Italian readers to the work of Indian-Canadian poet Rupi Kaur. Her collection of poetry and prose – milk and honey – is one of the best-selling books of the last few years.
Since the very beginning, Tre60 has included in its list works by celebrated international authors, such as James Patterson, Christian Jacq and Megan Maxwell; compelling accounts of undoubted historical significance, such as 6 campi (The Tin Ring) by Zdenka Fantlovà, one of the last Holocaust survivors; and fascinating family sagas by Raffaello Mastrolonardo and Adriana Trigiani. Tre60 has also published Italian editions of the novelizations of two popular films by Guillermo del Toro and Spike Lee.