Rasmus Løland (1861 – 1907) was a Norwegian journalist, novelist and children's writer. He was born in Suldal. His first literary works were published in the magazine Fedraheimen in the 1880s, and his first book was the short story collection Folkeliv from 1891. He edited the children's magazine Norsk Barneblad from 1902. He is best remembered for his children's books, such as Paa sjølvstyr from 1892, Ungar from 1892, Kor vart det av jola? from 1894, Smaagutar from 1897, Det store nashorne from 1900, and Kvitebjørnen from 1906.