Princeton University Press's UK-based Publicity Department supports the promotion of our books and authors in Europe, as well as in the Middle-East, South-Asia, and Africa.
What we can do for you and your book
We are able to arrange author interviews with a variety of media, including radio, TV, podcasts, and print. Examples of broadcast media with whom we have worked include:
- BBC: for example, Start the Week, Thinking Allowed, The Forum, Nightwaves
- CNBC Europe
- CNN International
- Bloomberg Europe
Where appropriate we contact comment editors to suggest op-eds.
We send out proofs and review copies to appropriate broadsheets, weekly magazines, academic journals, and blogs to generate reviews and articles.
Princeton University Press has a blog, a twitter account, a Google+ page , and a Facebook page to which the European office contributes regularly.
Where pertinent, and depending on an author's travel plans, we can arrange speaking possibilities and engagements. These could be at the RSA, the London School of Economics, HM Treasury, Chatham House, the British Academy, various Think Tanks, Literary Festivals, and a range of venues in mainland Europe.
We support the European sales team with promotional materials, and arrange exhibits at major academic conferences in Europe. We can also provide flyers for authors to use at events they are attending.
We liaise with our European sales team who send out inspection copies to appropriate lecturers in the relevant academic field.
Marketing: by which we mean the production and circulation of catalogs, leaflets, flyers, and emails, and the placing of advertisements, is handled by our US office. They also ensure that our books are submitted for a wide range of relevant awards.
Princeton University Press's Europe publicity team works closely with their colleagues in the United States to ensure that the promotion of any PUP book is coordinated and global. Contact the US Publicity Department.
Examples of recent publicity in Europe
Publicity, Europe, Middle East, South Asia, Africa: contact us