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In the IV century B.C. Pittheus of Masalia sailed westward beyond the columns of Heracles, to follow the route of amber and tin. His journey took him to the North Sea, to the island of Thule, where the sea was no longer navigable, as it turned into ice. Back, very few historians and geographers believed the story and Pittheus was branded a liar.
However, the name of Thule and the idea of the last island in the end of the world rooted in the collective imagination and became a literary myth, and Virgil and Tasso, among others, talked about Thule.
Thule Ediciones also aims to be the last island in the confines of the publishing world, to become a publisher that explores new literary paths, new formats and publishing materials, a publisher that investigates the possibilities offered by the design as a perfect complement to interpret and enhance the text.
Finally, a publishing house to move into that space where the real world makes way for the imagined and fantastic world.