Contact us & offices
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Alternatively, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to find the answer to some of the most frequent questions we receive.
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Along with the majority of publishing houses, at Penguin Random House we do not accept unsolicited manuscripts and almost everything that we publish is acquired through recognised literary agents. As such, unfortunately we cannot accept submissions, manuscripts or book proposals over email.
If you’d like more information on literary agents or more insight into the publishing process and where to begin, please visit our Getting Published hub which has a wealth of information for both unpublished and published writers.
A list of writing prizes and opportunities, both from Penguin Random House and other organisations, is available here.
Designers and Illustrators
For any questions about the Cover Design Award, please contact [email protected].
All our job listings can be found on our careers website. To hear about job opportunities as soon as they are posted, make sure you are following @PRHCareersUK on Twitter, where our Resourcing team post regular information and answer questions about all our jobs and programmes.
Or visit the following pages for specific information on:
· Our internship programme
Please visit our Rights page for all queries and enquiries relating to our books’ rights. Contact details are listed half way down the linked page.
Journalists and bloggers
If you are a member of the press or a blogger/vlogger and would like to request a review copy of one of our books, an author interview/appearance, or similar, please get in touch with our publicity team. You can find our media contacts page, along with information on how to find the right publicity contact for your specific query, here.
For a full list of our upcoming and current books, you can also find all our book catalogues here.
You can request permission to use or reproduce material (e.g. an extract, image or the cover) from one of our books by filling out an online form on our Permissions page. Due to the high volume of requests that our Permissions team receives, please allow up to 16 weeks to receive a response.
Penguin Partnerships: If you’d like to speak to us about creating exclusive books and licensed products for your brand, please contact our Penguin Partnerships team. Further information and contact details are available here.
Penguin Connect: If you’re a company who’d like to discuss working with our authors for exclusive and bespoke events, speeches or workshops, please speak to our Penguin Connect team. Further information and contact details are available here.
Penguin Ventures: Penguin Ventures brings together our licensing, retail, theatrical, exhibitions, film, television and experiential strategy. Further information and contact details are available here.
Education and schools
Our Teachers page contains information about some of the ways in which we’re working with schools, including our Puffin World of Stories programme for primary schools, and our Penguin Talks series for secondary schools.
If you’re an education professional or organisation working on education reform and would like to get in touch with us on our Lit in Colour programme (which explores how to support schools in making the teaching of English Literature more inclusive), we’d love to hear your questions or comments. Please email the Lit in Colour team on [email protected]
We have two London offices where colleagues working across our nine UK publishing houses and many of our central support functions are based. We also have an office in Dublin where our Sandycove imprint is based.
We distribute more than 37 million books from our warehouses each year.
The Penguin Random House UK Library & Archive
The Penguin Random House UK library and archives are housed across five sites that hold manuscripts, author contracts, correspondence, artwork, company records and first editions. The archives give a unique insight into the history of book publishing in the UK.
With a history that stretches back to the mid-19th century, Penguin Random House UK has been central to the careers of many of the world’s best-known authors. Our library and archives are a physical representation of the important place that the company has in the UK’s cultural heritage.