Member publishers

Publisher
Genre
Location
Childrens books, Young adults
Bergen
Andersens forlag is an independent Norwegian children's books publishing house, established in 2017.   Contact: hei@andersenforlag.com | www.andersensforlag.no
Childrens books
Bergen
Andersens forlag is an independent Norwegian children's books publishing house, established in 2017.

Contact:

hei@andersensforlag.com www.andersensforlag.com
Nonfiction
Skallestad
Ares publishing house is specialized in the publication of military history literature.  

Contact:

post@mht.no www.mht.no
The books published should have an impact, they should be able to "help" in the meaning of giving the reader a perspective on different aspects of being human. The books should engage the reader. Arneberg Forlag will primarily issue non-fiction.Saying; the releases are going to revolve around the topic of "Mental Health", and written by professionals in humanities. The books should be professionally founded, but it is important that what we call intuitive knowledge also takes place. A long life lived in the quest of recognition and a deeper meaning with life will also be important to the publisher.  

Contact:

oivind.arneberg@cappelendamm.no www.arnebergforlag.no
Fiction
Oslo
Bestselgerforlaget publish books in the massmarket for Aschehoug forlag and their subsidiary companies.

Contact:

post@bestselgerforlaget.no  
Childrens books, Crime novels
Oslo
Capitana publishes crime, thriller and children books.  

Contact:

ole@strawberrypublishing.no www.strawberrypublishing.no
Fiction, Nonfiction
Trondheim
Publishing house for non-fiction and fiction. Established in 2002. Based in Trondheim.  

Contact:

firmapost@communicatio.no www.communicatio.no
Childrens books, Nonfiction
Dreyer Forlag’s roots date back to 1942, when the poet Alf Larsen, together with Barthold Butenschøn, founded a midsize highbrow publishing company by that name. During its existence, the company has been through multiple mergers, a closure, and a resurrection. For some years, it went by the name Andresen & Butenschøn AS. The Butenschøn family are still involved with Dreyers Forlag, which today is situated in Oslo, in Dronningens gate 16, and owned by AS Forlagsfinans.

Contact:

post@dreyersforlag.no www.dreyersforlag.no
Religion
Bergen
Efrem Publishing started out in 2008 as a small publishing house, and is still recognized for the highest quality of content, design and production. A key area has been books in a range from ancient Christian classics to Christian spirituality and theology, mainly essayistic texts. Both by Norwegian authors as well as translated ancient and contemporary literature. Today the list of literature includes both fiction and non-fiction on different thematic areas.  

Contact:

post@efremforlag.no www.efremforlag.no
Childrens books, Fiction
Publisher of translated books for children and for adults.  

Contact:

engelstad@engelstadforlag.no www.engelstad.biz
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry
Oslo
Flamme Forlag was established in 2008 by Nils-Øivind Haagensen and Bendik Wold. We publish poetry, novels and non-fiction by both fresh voices and more established authors. We have also translated books by authors like Geoff Dyer, Witold Gombrowicz and Vladimir Sorokin.  

Contact:

geir@flammeforlag.no www.flammeforlag.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Flux Forlag was established in 2003 and publish non-fiction, with a focus on key-words like dialogue and consciousness. We wish to inspire new ways of thinking, and motivate to act out of kindness and respect.  

Contact:

sophie@flux.no www.flux.no
Magazines
Oslo
Fonna Forlag is mainly publishing traditional Christmas Magazines.  

Contact:

fonna@fonna.no www.fonna.no
Fiction, Nonfiction
Oslo
FONT is a Norwegian publishing house primarily devoted to publishing foreign fiction and non fiction in translation and Norwegian non-fiction. FONT was established in 2005 by Halfdan W. Freihow and Knut Ola Ulvestad, who both have extensive and varied careers in the Norwegian book industry. Font was sold to Cappelen Damm in the autumn of 2017, and runs now as an imprint within the Cappelen Damm group. Font has four full-time employees: Ulvestad and Freihow, as well as Sales and Marketing Director Lene Løver and Editor and Publicity Director Silje K. Iversen Hammersland.  

Contact:

knut@fontforlag.no www.fontforlag.no
Childrens books, Young adults
Oslo
Fontini Forlag was established as an independent publishing house in 2013. Fontini Forlag is primarily devoted to publishing children's and YA books. Fontini was owned and run by Lindy Andersen and Font forlag. Fontini and Font was sold to Cappelen Damm in 2017, and are now imprints under the Cappelen Damm umbrella.  

Contact:

post@fontini.no www.fontini.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Forlaget Manifest is a political publisher, with a heart on the left side. We publish to enlighten, engage and create public debate. Contact: tankesmie@manifest.no | www.manifest.no
Publishes a varied selection of literature.  

Contact:

benedicte@forlagshusetvest.no www.forlagshusetvest.no
Magazines, Nonfiction
Fri Flyt is a publishing house for books, magazines, films and websites on a variety of outdoors activities such as cycling, mountain biking, climbing and skiing. Fri Flyt also organizes events and tours and have a large customer base. Fri Flyt has been the leading outdoor publishing house since 1998 and has been awarded several times for its high quality books and magazines.  

Contact:

audun@friflyt.no www.friflyt.no
Childrens books, Fiction, Nonfiction
Oslo
Gloria Forlag is a brand-new publishing house, founded in Oslo in 2018 by four former colleagues, all seasoned publishers. Our aim is to locate the Good Stories out there, and as general publishers we will publish Norwegian as well as translated fiction and non-fiction, in addition to children’s literature.  

Contact:

siri@gloriaforlag.no www.gloriaforlag.no
Childrens books, Learning resourses, Nonfiction, Young adults
Stavanger
Hertervig publishing was established in 1999. The publishing house is owned by Stiftelsen Psykopp and publishes new Norwegian case prose within a broad range of topics with special emphasis on mental health. Hertervig Academic was established in 2006. Our publications are quality assured by peer review and present new research, provide good research overviews and educationally adapted teaching material for the university and college sectors. The literature is continually revised as new research results and new knowledge are available. Contact: post@hertervigforlag.no | www.hertervigforlag.no
Nonfiction, Religion
Oslo
Humanist Publishers was inaugurated in 1995 and publishes books with a humanistic profile. That is, books which seek to stimulate ethical awareness and existential thought, dealing with both contemporary and philosophical/cultural issues, popular science, history, documentary and religion.  

Contact:

bente.pihlstrom@human.no www.humanist.no
Nonfiction
Bryne
Jæren Forlag is a Norwegian Publisher founded in 2012. We aim to publish high quality books; primarely non - fiction. Since 2012 we have published 70 titles both for the Norwegian market, as well as some Internationally. Our goal is to be the leading publisher in our genre in the region, and we have already taken a very strong position.  

Contact:

bm@jarenforlag.no www.jarenforlag.no
Childrens books, Crime novels, Fiction, Nonfiction, Young adults
Oslo
Kagge Forlag is a medium sized Norwegian publishing house, with a dream of publishing titles people can enjoy - on their own and together. Their books range from riveting fiction to hard hitting documentaries. Kontakt: post@kagge.no | www.kagge.no
Nonfiction, Poetry
Oslo
Kolon forlag publishes Norwegian high quality fiction and poetry, essays and anthologies. Kolon forlag was established in 1995 and is an independent publishing imprint of Gyldendal Norsk Forlag.

Contact:

bjorn@kolonforlag.no www.kolonforlag.no
Nonfiction
Son
Publish primarily self-produced illustrated fact books for the Norwegian general market. We also publish some assignment books. The focus is to awaken excitement and create new insights.  

Contact:

Svein@komforlag.no www.komforlag.no
Childrens books, Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Young adults
Oslo
Magikon is a publishing company focusing on visual culture and communication. We publish picture books, art books and other books related to visual subjects. Our goal is to develop book projects that combine high-quality reading and visual experiences for both children and adults, and a number of our titles have won awards in Norway and abroad. Magikon has an international approach and has pr. August 2019 sold translation rights to publishing houses in 33 countries. Contact: svein@magikon.no | www.magikon.no
Childrens books, Young adults
Bergen
Mangschou publishing house publishes between 15-20 titles each year. These include Norwegian and translated high-quality fiction and non-fiction for young adults and children.  

Contact:

marianne.rieber@mangschou.no www.mangschou.no
Nonfiction
Publishing mostly local litterture in Telemark and Vestfold, countries in Norway, but also culture and history.

Contact:

truls.norby@online.no  
Childrens books, Nonfiction, Religion, Young adults
Being established in 1879 by the Seventh-day Adventist Church the publishing house has a wide range of titles, publications and resources within Christian belief, health, nature, culture and corporate social responsibility.  

Contact:

terje.dahl@norskbokforlag.no www.norskbokforlag.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Orfeus Publishing is one of the leading publishers within art, architecture and design in the Nordics.  

Contact:

is@orfeuspublishing.com www.orfeuspublishing.com
Nonfiction
Oslo
Our publications consists mainly of non-fiction and documentary, fiction novel and"how to" titles, that will all make an impact on the reader, make a difference. Vi want to reach the larger segment of readers, and position ourselves high on the bestseller lists. With loads of effort, systems and good tools, our employees work hard in a compact team, to reach our goals on behalf of every title and every author. We see possibilities and reach out to make a change.

Contact:

agathe@pantagruel.no www.pantaforlag.no
Crime novels, Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry
Stavanger
Pelikanen is a young publishing house aiming at publishing literature, fiction and non-fiction of high quality. Pelikanen was established in 2010, and is owned by the Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgård, who is also the main editor for our Norwegian authors. Daily manager and co-owner is the former Kapittel festival director Eirik Bø. Our aim is to publish books we truly believe in and are dedicated to, thinking that this dedication will pave way in the market. Pelikanen has been focusing on translating works of high literary quality, but is also publishing more and more Norwegian authors. Contact: eirik@pelikanen.no | www.pelikanen.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Small, independent publishing house with 12-15 editions each year on narrativ non-fiction.  

Contact:

post@respublica.no www.respublica.no
Fiction, Nonfiction
Oslo
Sirkel Forlag is an independent publisher based in Oslo, set up in 2016 as a cooperative enterprise for authors. Our mission is to publish and promote Norwegian fiction and non-fiction literature, including translated works originally written in other languages by authors living and working in Norway. Our current titles are available in print and as e-books. We promote independent authorship in Norway, and aim to reach readers abroad through high-quality translations. Sirkel Forlag has been a member of the Norwegian Publishers' Association since 2016 and the Independent Publishers Guild since 2017.  

Contact:

kontakt@sirkelforlag.no www.sirkelforlag.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Spartacus Forlag was started in 1989 and gives out approx. 40 titles annually within a wide range of non fiction. We are actively developing new Norwegian non fiction, with special focus on documentaries, history, biographies, essays and popular science. Every year we also launch important translations of books that deserve to be in Norwegian. Textbooks and research publishing is gathered in our own specialist publishing house: Scandinavian Academic Press.  

Contact:

per@spartacus.no www.spartacus.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Knowledge, humor and madness  

Contact:

h@spredet.no www.spredet.no
Childrens books, Learning resourses, Religion, Young adults
Oslo
St. Olav Publishing was established in 1889 by Bishop Johannes Fallize – as a continuation of already existing Catholic publishing activities. The first catechism came as early as 1846, a mere three years after the Catholic Church was re-established in Norway after the Reformation, and in 1851 the first liturgical book was published. St. Olav Publishing is owned and run by The Catholic Diocese of Oslo. We publish a variety of Catholic books on faith, spirituality, theology and liturgy.   Contact: forlag@katolsk.no | www.stolavforlag.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Strawberry publishing is a norwegian nonfiction publisher which primarly publishes documentarys, biography and self-help books.  

Contact:

ole@strawberrypublishing.no www.strawberrypublishing.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Teknisk Industri is an independent publisher based in Oslo, Norway. Since the company’s conception as an art book publisher in 2008, Teknisk Industri has gained a reputation for publishing high quality art books, artists' books and photo books, working in close collaboration with artists and art institutions.  

Contact:

info@tekniskindustri.no www.tekniskindustri.no
Fiction
Copenhagen

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Childrens books, Nonfiction, Young adults
Harstad
To-Foto AS is located in Sjøgata 3 in Harstad; but we live through travel memories worldwide. We have through amazing photographs, depictions and not least our own designs; built a strong brand for our customers. When the tourists pick a travel destination, our goal is that tourists - and everyone else; will have the opportunity to relive and pass on their experiences through our products.  

Contact:

post@tofoto.no www.tofoto.no
Childrens books
Kongsberg
Tussilago is a small publisher of fiction and non-fiction books for children and juveniles. In the future we hope to publish for ficton and non-fiction books for adults as well. Our main aim is to publish books of hig literary quality.  

Contact:

post@tussilagoforlag no www.tussilagoforlag.no
Learning resourses
Oslo
Digital learning resources for primary, secondary and high school. Film as main channel for triggering interest, current films in particular. Universal design is a main focus in our publishing strategy.

Contact:

yngvar.nordberg@tv2.no www.tv2.no
Childrens books, Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Young adults
Utenfor Allfarvei Forlag translates to Off the Beaten Track Publishing. We work from the Arctic North, in Harstad, and from here we try to give quality and edge to stories from the north for national distribution and sale. Our main focus has so far been non-fiction. But we are constantly looking for good fiction, and in the years to come there will a wider range of books published by us. UAF started in 2015. The owner and publisher has worked as a journalist and photographer for 25 years before establishing Utenfor Allfarvei Forlag. Contact: forlaget@utenforallfarvei.no | www.utenforallfarvei.no
Nonfiction
Oslo
Vårt Land forlag is a publisher dedicated to high quality books on faith, thought and existential questions. Our catalogue consists of non-fiction for adult readers. Most of our books touch upon questions concerning Christianity or spirituality, but in different genres and from different angles. While some of them are of societal relevance, others are directed towards the individual’s existential journey. Some books are biographies or documentaries, others debate books or devotional literature. Our books aim for the deepening of insight and knowledge. We publish a broad range of books, but all of them are beautiful, honest and thoughtful. Contact: forlag@vl.no | www.vlforlag.no  
Nonfiction
Oslo
Vega Forlag is a Norwegian publishing house established in 2003, based in Oslo. We publish around 20 titles a year on a wide range of subjects, foremost narrative and general non-fiction, including history, documentaries, popular culture and science, reference and gift books. We have approx. 500 titles in print, and our books are being distributed in both book shops, book clubs and mass market.  

Contact:

elen@vegaforlag.no www.vegaforlag.no