Norma Editorial is a Spanish comics publisher, with its headquarters in Barcelona. Founded in 1977 by Rafael Martínez, Norma Editorial publishes both original Spanish comics (such as Miguelanxo Prado), Spanish translations of Japanese manga (such as work of Kia Asamiya, Clamp, Haruhiko Mikimoto, Katsuhiro Otomo, and Masamune Shirow) as well as Spanish translations of American or European comics and graphic novels (including works of Will Eisner, Frank Miller, Dave Gibbons, Enki Bilal, Hugo Pratt, Manu Larcenet, Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim). Comic-strips publishers in Spanish and Catalan languages.
Alzira Valencia [Spain]
Bromera has an important catalogue in Catalan language, with more than 1.000 titles and 30 different collections for all ages.
Grup 62, with a total of 18 publishing imprints, covers the full range of literary genres and all types of publishing. It publishes Catalan and Spanish authors and translations of the works of foreign writers. It has a specific division for children’s and juvenile books.
Literary Agency representing Spanish and Catalan authors and foreign representations for both adult and children's books, fiction and non-fiction.
Independent Children Publishing House focused on literary and illustration quality books.
Young publishing company established in 1985, with a cared catalogue.
Publisher specialized in religion with lines of general in kids family and transmission of values. Editorial Claret publishes mainly in Catalan language with several collections in Spanish.
Valls Tarragona [Spain]
Basically Catalan books edition about different subjects. Throw into relief in our catalogue; mountain guides and cook books, moreover we also dispose of an important catalogue with history books, essay books, literature books, traditions books, etc.
Ediciones Glénat is the Spanish branch of Editions Glénat and publishes most of the leading European and Japanese comics in Spanish and Catalan owning the licenses to critically acclaimed authors.
Publisher of Catalan and Spanish language dictionaries, Monolingual an bilingual. Lexicographic resources in several languages. Reference and non-fiction, children's books.