Edmond Brazès (Céret (Pyrénées-Orientales), 1893 – 10 June 1980) was a French writer in both Catalan and French.
He worked as a barber and in his spare time, he wrote poems, tales, theatre plays and memories as a hobby. He worked for 40 years in the magazine La Tramontane.
Although he had not a high education, he became a well-known writer and was the secretary in the Floral Games of la Ginesta d'Or .
He took part in the foundation Roussillon's Catalan Studies Group (Grup Rossellonès d'Estudis Catalans, GREC). The publication Terra Nostra and the publishing company el Trabucaire published his complete work in 2003.
- La vie et l'oeuvre de Mossèn Esteve Caseponce (1948), essay
- L'ocell de les cireres (1957), poetry
- Històries del veïnat (1965), tale
- La neu (1970), play