Our “United” States: Sen. Cory Booker on Building Strong Communities

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On March 21 at Random House’s New York City office, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) discussed United: Thoughts on Finding ­Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good

Curtis Sittenfeld | LibraryReads Author, April 15, 2016

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“I really like writing about characters who are smart but make a lot of mistakes or see things inaccurately, who are intelligent and observant and fairly misguided,” confided Sittenfeld in a conversation with LJ about her lusciously entertaining new novel, Eligible.

Helen Simonson | March 2016 LibraryReads Author

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Author Simonson’s much-anticipated second book (after her 2010 debut, Major ­Pettigrew’s Last Stand), set in the summer of 1914 as World War I looms, is the Library­Reads top pick for March 2016

Elizabeth Strout | LibraryReads Author Spotlight, January 1, 2016

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“People will go after you for combining poverty and abuse,” warns Sarah Payne, a writer admired by the eponymous heroine of Elizabeth Strout’s My Name Is Lucy Barton.

Q&A: Sarah Peed

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As publishing evolves and writers turn to digital outlets to create and distribute new works, major publishers like Random House Publishing Group, a division of the newly formed Penguin Random House, have committed to finding these new authors and delivering exciting fresh content to today’s most tech-savvy readers. Sarah Peed is the associate editor at […]

A Most Optimistic Unconference: Publishers, Libraries, and Independent Bookstores at Digital Book World 2012

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A Most Optimistic Unconference: Publishers, Libraries, and Independent Bookstores at Digital Book World 2012

A Talk with Random House’s Marcia Purcell, VP, Director of Library Marketing

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A Talk with Random House’s Marcia Purcell, VP, Director of Library Marketing

Random House, Publisher and Movie Studio

Random House, Publisher and Movie Studio

Librarian-Publisher Dialog: Kate Sheehan Talks to Madeline McIntosh of Random House

Librarian-Publisher Dialog: Kate Sheehan Talks to Madeline McIntosh of Random House

Audio Clip Exclusive: Community-Sourced Recording of Oz

Ken Burns reads from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as part of Random House Audio/OverDrive's community-sourced Lend Your Voice initiative.

Audio Clip Exclusive: Community-Sourced Recording of Oz