News for Authors

Our 2021–2022 Social Impact Report

by Penguin Random House U. S.|August, 2022

At Penguin Random House, our mission—to ignite a universal passion for reading by creating books for everyone—guides us daily. It fuels our desire to not only publish with excellence, but help narrow the gap between the world today and the world we aspire to, one that is more just, healthy, and equitable.

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Moments: Publishing Trends and Key Occasions for Fall 2022

by Grant Griglak |July, 2022

At Penguin Random House, direct communication and relationships with readers are key to marketplace success, and strong consumer marketing and outreach begin with understanding our audience. Penguin Random House Consumer Insights is excited to present Moments Fall 2022, a report that predicts consumer sentiment and behaviors we can expect during the coming quarter.

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Navigating the Author – Indie Relationship: An Interview with Devin Rutland, In-House Sales Manager

by Neda Dallal|July, 2022

Bookstores offer key support for authors, and no one knows that better than Devin Rutland, an in-house sales rep who sells books to indies across the country. Read on to learn about Rutland’s newly created role and why the author-bookstore relationship is so fundamental to bookselling.

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Five Tips on Working with Your Editor

by Phil Stamper-Halpin|June, 2022

From acquisitions to publication (and beyond!), you’ll be working closely with your editor through the entire process. We reached out to editors across the company to come up with these five tips.

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Moments: Publishing Trends and Key Occasions for Spring 2022

by Grant Griglak |December, 2021

At Penguin Random House, direct communication and relationships with readers are key to marketplace success, and strong consumer marketing and outreach begin with understanding our audience. Penguin Random House Consumer Insights is excited to present Moments Spring 2022, a report that predicts consumer sentiment and behaviors we can expect during the coming quarter.

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An Introduction to Multicultural Marketing

by The Author Newsletter Team|October, 2021

At Penguin Random House, we recognize that our book buyers are individuals with a wide range of intersectional identities. Those identities—formed within the social and political constructs of race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, sexuality, and even geography—help inform their experiences and drive many of their choices. While many factors affect consumer behavior, PRH understands cultural identity is an important touchstone as we seek to better understand the needs of our readers. Read more

Penguin Random House’s 2020 Social Impact Report

by The Author Newsletter Team|June, 2021

We are pleased to share Penguin Random House’s 2020 Social Impact Report, which summarizes our 2020 global commitment to serving our communities beyond the books we publish. Read more

Meet the PRH Consumer Marketing Team

by Kelsey Manning|May, 2021

Penguin Random House has the most robust consumer marketing team in the industry, so we thought it was time to give you a look behind the scenes at how we support you, your publishing teams, and your books. Read more

Rethinking Our New “Old” Business: Why Books and Publishing Are Flourishing Today

by The Author Newsletter Team|May, 2021

On Monday, May 24, you are invited to join Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle’s virtual live conversation with Adam Grant, organizational psychologist and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take, Originals, Option B, and Think Again. Read more

Moments: Publishing Trends and Key Occasions for Summer 2021

by Grant Griglak|April, 2021

At Penguin Random House, direct communication and relationships with readers are key to marketplace success, and strong consumer marketing and outreach begin with understanding our audience. Penguin Random House Consumer Insights is excited to present Moments Summer 2021, a report that predicts consumer sentiment and behaviors we can expect during the coming quarter. Read more