Founded in March 2017 with the publication of L’Impérial Socialiste by Didier Van Cauwelaert a.k.a Louis Badinguet, Massot Éditions is a generalist publishing house that accompany evolutions in society, whether practical, scientific, or spiritual, and provides the tools to participate in this change. Massot Éditions is directed by Florent Massot, independent editor for 35 years and discoverer of numerous authors in France. With this new house, he is continuing his lifelong commitment to publishing works that open breaches and build bridges to help everyone get through the world’s crises. He also always aimed to create a space where up-and-coming generations of writers can express themselves. The publishing house intends to publish 20 to 30 titles per year in a variety of novels, essays, and comic strips. The catalogue is multi-facetted, as is current social change. That’s why you will find a range of options from calls to action – like the Dalai Lama’s A Call for Revolution, The Crazy Toad Manifesto, and How We’re Going to Save the World for Climate Justice – to militant-feminist comics and graphic novels, like the “A Different Take on… ” series by the blogger Emma, and Zainab Fasiki’s Hshouma, as well as disturbing texts like Juan Branco’s Crepuscule, co-published with Le Diable Vauvert. But Massot Editions’ books also accompany our inner evolutions, like Malory Malmasson’s Soul Dating, and explore the invisible world: An Alchemist Speaks by Patrick Burensteinas and Go the Way You Don’t Know by Laurence de La Baume. Extraordinary reading experiences are also proposed, from a metaphysical novel (Pascal Bacqué’s two volumes) to a deep-learning textbook, which was translated into French by A.I. These texts will make people think, shake them up, and inspire them.