|Publishers in Wales|
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Y Lolfa is one of Wales\' leading printers and publishers. Browse this site for books of Welsh and Celtic interest and resources for Welsh learners.
Based in Cardigan/Aberteifi on the west coast of Wales, we publish an innovative range of new fiction, poetry, and drama, from writers as varied as Deborah Kay Davies, Dai Smith, Rachel Trezise, Lewis Davies, Glen Peters and Jeni Williams.
John Fish B.Sc. Publishers
John Fish B.Sc. Publishers of Tenby in Wales, UK: novels in print, publishing philosophy, guidance to readers and authors, company profile, publishing agreements, job vacancies.
Aureus Publishing Limited
Aureus Publishing is based in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. Established in 1993 the award winning business is a dynamic company specialising in music and book publishing.
Graffeg began publishing since the spring of 2003 with the title Cardiff Caerdydd and has since then produced 29 titles. We’ve had reviews in The Telegraph, The Independent and the Western Mail weekend magazine. We are based in the heart of Cardiff and are an imprint of Peter Gill design and branding agency, putting the company’s excellent design skills to use within our books.
Mighty Atom Productions
Mighty Atom is committed to designing and delivering state of the art media solutions for bands who want to lead the multimedia revolution in the new millenium.
University of Wales Press
The University of Wales Press was established in 1922 and is wholly owned by the University of Wales, one of the largest universities in Britain. The Press now concentrates on four major subject areas: History, Political philosophy and religious studies, European studies, Welsh and Celtic studies.
Here you will find books from Wales, about Wales, in Welsh and in English. From novels and short stories to history, politics, biography, art, poetry, drama, nature, railways and a full range of award winning books for children.
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