For over fifty years the Publishers Publicity Circle has enabled all book publicists from publishing houses and freelance pr agencies to gather and share information on a regular basis.

Monthly meetings are held in central London to provide a forum for press journalists, television and radio researchers and producers to meet publicists collectively. Representatives from the media are invited to speak about the ways in which they can feature authors and their books, and how book publicists can most effectively provide relevant information and material.


March meeting - BBC Radio 2

Booking is now open for the March meeting which will be held at lunchtime on THURSDAY 28TH MARCH at Foyles, Charing Cross Road. The topic of the meeting will be BBC RADIO BOOKS OPPORTUNITIES with a brilliant line up for you.  


Tom Fenner – BBC Radio 2
Joe Haddow – BBC Radio 2 and...Read More »

Q1 Awards now open!

Submissions for the Q1 Awards are now open. The deadline is Friday 8th March. Please visit the awards page for more information.

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LBF 2019 Event with the BMS: Campaigns that Make a Difference

  • WHEN: March 12, 2019
  • AT: 14.30 – 15.30
  • LOCATION: Olympia Room, Grand Hall

The theme of this year’s joint event with the BMS at the London Book Fair 2019 will be Campaigns that Make a Difference: Issue led PR and Marketing.

The PPC and BMS will explore ways in which publishers are using creative publicity and marketing opportunities...Read More »

February/March Meetings 2019

There is no February PPC meeting. The next meeting will be held at lunchtime on Thursday 28th March at Foyles, Charing Cross Road on the topic of BBC Radio 2. We will send around a newsletter with more information, including on how to book, nearer the time.

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PPC Annual Awards 2018

The Publisher’s Publicity Circle (PPC) is delighted to announce the winners of the PPC Annual Awards for 2018.

The awards took place in London on 11th February 2019, and are presented to the publicists responsible for the best PR campaigns from 2018.

The judges this year were chaired by Sandra Taylor, Head...Read More »