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.


October meeting - Events and Children's Publicity Workshop

Booking is now open for the October PPC meeting and the Children’s Publicity Workshop, both of which will be held on TUESDAY 29TH OCTOBER at Foyles, Charing Cross Road.

The children’s publicity workshop will be held from 10am – 12pm on the 6th floor followed by the lunchtime meeting from 12.45pm for...Read More »

PPC Summer Party!

The Publisher’s Publicity Circle summer party will be held this August as a joint venture with Jenny Brown Associates at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

We encourage publishers and media from across the UK to plan their EIBF diaries around the party!

PPC Summer Party with Jenny Brown Associates
Saturday...Read More »

July meeting - Award Winners Masterclass

July meeting: Tuesday 2nd July

Award Winners Masterclass

Winners of the PPC Annual Awards and Publicity Nibbie will share insights into their prizewinning campaigns and give tips on filling out a successful PPC submission form. Don’t miss it!


Louise Court – The Mermaid...Read More »

June 2019 - the Guardian

Nick Wroe – Guardian Review nick.wroe@theguardian.com

 Familiarise yourself with the paper so you are aware of any updates. Format changed 18 months ago when the paper went tabloid and they still get pitches for long defunct sections such as My Working Day

Review is largely made up of reviews and...Read More »

May 2019 - Podcasts

Daisy Buchanan (presenter) and Dale Shaw (producer) – You’re Booked!

Contact: WHYBOOKED@gmail.com

Both are authors and have flexibility with their guests as not beholden to anyone else

Daisy ‘The Book Inspector’ Buchanan goes snooping around authors’ shelves, discussing the books

that mean most to them.

Needs to be a reader – someone with a...Read More »