Help from the Prose Pros: Publishers' Book Club Contacts for Librarians

Looking for book club information from publishers? Check out this list of library marketing representatives.

Blackstone Publishing

Lauren Maturo, Senior Publicist;

Grove Atlantic, including Grove Press, Atlantic Monthly Press, Mysterious Press, and Black Catbookclub logo

Deb Seager, VP and Director of Publicity

Chad Felix, Digital Marketing Manager

Hachette, including Basic Books, Da Capo, Faith Words, Grand Central Publishing, Hachette Books, Little Brown, Mulholland, Orbit, PublicAffairs, Quercus, Redhook, Running Press, and Twelve

Melissa Nicholas, Director, Account Marketing, Hachette

Harlequin including Graydon House, Hanover Square Press, HQ, HQN, Mira, Park Row, and Silhouette

Linette Kim, Library Marketing Manager

HarperCollins, including Fourth Estate, Amistad, Avon, Broadside Books, Collins Crime Club, Custom House, Delphinium, Dey Street Books, Ecco, Harper, and William Morrow

Chris Connolly, Library Marketing Associate

Ingram Content Group, including Consortium Books and Publishers Group West

Elenita Chmilowski, Manager-Marketing, IPS-Library

Macmillan, including Bloomsbury, Celadon, Drawn and Quarterly, Entangled, Farrar Straus and Giroux, Flatiron Books, Forge Books, Graywolf, Holt, Hill and Wang, MCD, Metropolitan Books, Minotaur, Picador, Sarah Crichton, Scientific American, St. Martin’s Press, Thomas Dunne, and Tor Books

Talia Sherer;

Penguin Random House, including Anchor, Avery, Ballantine, Bantam, Berkley, Broadway, Clarkson Potter, Convergent, Crown, Currency, DAW, Del Rey, Delacorte, Dell, Dial, Doubleday, Dutton, Everyman’s Library, Harmony, Hogarth, Image, Knopf Lucas Books, Modern Library, Nan A. Talese, One World, Putnam, Penguin Books, Penguin Classics, Pantheon, Penguin Press, Penguin Random Audio Publishing Group, Plume, Portfolio, Random House, Riverhead, Schocken, Sentinel, SJP, TarcherPerigree, Ten Speed, Three Rivers, Tim Duggan, Viking, Vintage, Vintage Español, and Waterbrook/Multnomah

Penguin Random House Library Marketing Department

Simon and Schuster, including Atria, Free Press, Gallery Books, Howard, Pocket Books, Saga, Scribner, Simon & Schuster, and Washington Square Press

Michelle Leo, VP, Director of Education & Library Marketing

Sourcebooks, including Sourcebooks Casablanca and Sourcebooks Landmark

Tiffany Schulz, Marketing Assistant

Workman, including Algonquin, Artisan, the Experiment, Storey, and Workman

Annie Mazes, Adult Library Marketing and Sales

W. W. Norton, including Liveright and Norton

Golda Rademacher, Library Sales & Marketing Director


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