Publicity Contacts

Publicity Contacts

Where do you find those pesky publicity emails to contact about ARCs? Well, most of them you can find very easily with a simple Google search but if you’re not sure what to look for, you can find a list below.

There will NOT be personal publicists’ emails on this website in any format unless they provide explicit permission to do so or are listed publicly on the publisher’s contact page. Please do not ask for them. 

Bloggers and publicists develop a working relationship and a level of trust that I will not break by sharing their personal information. Most of us have used these general emails at one point or another and that’s the first step in making a connection with a publisher.

If any of these emails are no longer active, please let me know! International contacts are listed as well but more are needed if anyone has more info on those!

Use Ctrl+F or Command+F to search the page for a specific publisher!

If you see that a contact is outdated PLEASE let me know so I can update it. Thanks!

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U.S. Publicity Contacts

Not all emails are listed for each house. These are the ones most likely to be contacted by book bloggers but if you notice that there is one missing, please let me know. You can also refer to each publisher’s contact page by clicking on their name.

Macmillan


Penguin Random House


HarperCollins

Note: These publicists are listed publicly on the HarperCollins contact page.


Simon & Schuster


Hachette


Bloomsbury


Scholastic 

Note: The publicists are listed publicly on the Scholastic contact page.


Abrams


Sourcebooks

 

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International Publicity Contacts

You can also request eARCs through NetGalley and Edelweiss. Please check country restrictions on titles of interest.

Australia

Canada

Germany

India

Ireland

Mexico

New Zealand

Poland

South Africa

United Kingdom