Edmund Routledge (30 January 1843 – 25 August 1899), was a British publisher of boys' magazine and an author of books about sports.
In 1865 Frederick Warne left Routledge, Warne, & Routledge (with rights to some of its titles) and established Frederick Warne & Co. Younger son Edmund became a Routledge partner in July, and the company then became George Routledge & Sons.
- Routledge's Dramatic Readings, 196 pages
In 1865, he married Martha Stephenson.