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PUBLICITY / MEDIA

If you are a member of the media and are interested in obtaining review or promotional copies of our books – or if you have a question about any of our books and authors – please send your request(s) via the email addresses below.

Please include your name, phone number, physical address and media affiliation (including site link).

Knopf
knopfpublicity@randomhouse.com

Doubleday and Nan A. Talese
ddaypub@randomhouse.com

Pantheon and Schocken
pantheonpublicity@randomhouse.com

Vintage / Anchor
vintageanchorpublicity@randomhouse.com

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Doubleday, Pantheon, Schocken, Vintage / Anchor, and Nan A. Talese only accept manuscripts submitted by an agent — the volume of materials we receive is just too large to accept unsolicited submissions. Any unsolicited manuscripts received by Doubleday, Pantheon, Schocken, Vintage / Anchor, and Nan A. Talese will be discarded. We are unable to return any such unsolicited materials.

FOR KNOPF ONLY — Knopf usually only accepts manuscripts submitted by an agent. There is an excellent listing of literary agents in a book called The Writer’s Market, which you should be able to find in a local bookstore, from an online retailer, or a library. You can also visit their Web site at www.writersdigest.com for more information. If you still want to give us a try, though, even with that caveat, please send a sample of your work, 25-50 pages, and a stamped, self-addressed envelope, to THE EDITORS / Knopf / 1745 Broadway / New York, NY 10019. It will be reviewed with other unsolicited work. Allow approximately 12 months for a response. Please also be aware that we are unable to accept manuscripts submitted via email.

AUTHOR MAIL

You can write to our authors at the following address:
(Author’s Name)
c/o (Name of Publisher)
1745 Broadway
New York, NY 10019

SUBSIDIARY RIGHTS

Domestic:
For domestic serial rights, reprint rights, book club rights, audio rights, electronic rights, and performance rights, contact:

The Knopf Doubleday Group Domestic Rights
1745 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Fax (212) 940-7390

Foreign:
For foreign rights queries, contact:

The Knopf Doubleday Group Foreign Rights
1745 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Fax (212) 572-2662
KnopfDoubledayRights@prh.com

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DIGITAL COPIES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

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Bookshare is a non-profit organization that makes books from Penguin Random House, as well as works from other major publishers, accessible to individuals with print disabilities. For more information about how Bookshare can help students, please visit Bookshare directly.

If a book is not currently in their collection, you can request that it be added. Instructions on how to do that can be found at bookshare.org.

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