This year's Sant Jordi (St George's Day) sees Barcelona City Council holding a book stall on Plaça de Sant Jaume and the Sala Ciutat bookshop open for business (Carrer de la Ciutat, nº 2). You can buy the latest publications there as well as works from previous years. Check out the Barcelona Llibres website for all publications.
Thais Morales and Carme Pollina
The mark the LGBT+ world has left on the city of Barcelona and the reasons why the city has become a refuge, capital and point of reference for this collective.
Manuel Sayrach, an essential multifaceted artist, is one of the least known architects of the Modernism movement. His work deserved a conscientious and documented review.
Manuel Vázquez Montalbán
Thirty years after it was first published, we can once again enjoy Montalbán’s chronicle about Barcelona. An essential work for enjoying, loving and gaining a better understanding of Barcelona .
Laia Arañó and Mireia Capdevila
This book provides the most complete and comprehensive account to this day of the bombing of Barcelona during the Civil War (1936-1939).
A new "Travelogue" which, through illustrations, takes us to the hidden corners of Barcelona to reveal a city full of secrets and charming characters and stories.
This new edition from the "Biblioteca Secreta" [“Secret Library”] collection transports us to the alternative music scene of 1970s Barcelona through a photo story.
Isabel Segura Soriano
A book that is key to understanding the origins of many of the feminist demands that were brought to the streets of post-Franco Barcelona and that are still alive today.
The Harry Walker factory is closely linked to the neighbourhood of La Prosperitat (Nou Barris). Its workers’ strike in the 1970s was a historic milestone that is still remembered today.
A journey through the artistic interventions that have been available to enjoy in this venue, which highlights the quality and variety of illustrators working in Barcelona.
There are many citizen experiences in Barcelona that seek to create links and transform the city. Community energies that have become a reality in the city’s neighbourhoods.
A journey through Poblenou in drawings which aims to bear witness to the neighbourhood's industrial past, and more specifically, that of its old buildings.
An urban planning classic translated into Catalan to help us discover how Barcelona has gradually taken shape through a variety of urban planning actions.