Editorial Anagrama

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Editorial Anagrama.
Pedró de la Creu, 58
08034 Barcelona SPAIN

Anagrama is a Spanish publishing house, based in Barcelona, founded by Jorge Herralde in 1969.

There are more than 3,500 published titles in the catalog to date and in it you can find many of the most significant contemporary authors in the field of narrative and essay, both in translations and in the Spanish language.

Its most important current collections are Hispanic Narratives, made up of fiction authors in the Spanish language, among which include Sergio PitolEnrique Vila-MatasRoberto BolañoRicardo PigliaJavier Tomeo and Álvaro Pombo (although other authors also published as Javier Marías or Antonio Soler at the beginning of his career), Panorama of narratives (foreign fiction, with a catalog formed by authors such as Thomas BernhardVladimir NabokovPatrick ModianoIan McEwanAlbert CohenMartin AmisNorman MailerCatherine MilletAlessandro Baricco or Roberto Calasso ) and Argumentos, formed by essays of all kinds by contemporary thinkers, philosophers and writers, among them Guy DebordAnselm JappeHans Magnus Enzensberger or Greil Marcus.

David Isaacson