Press Shop gets your book the attention it deserves.
We create and implement effective publicity campaigns for books in many genres, including narrative non-fiction, literary fiction, memoirs, history/policy, popular science, lifestyle, entertainment, parenting, Judaism, and more. Whether we're working with a publishing house to handle an entire campaign or are hired by the author or an allied organization, we work closely with everyone involved to develop a plan that targets and expands a book's audience through high-profile media placements, speaking engagements, social media, awards, and more.
Our work has helped clients get coverage on TODAY, The New York Times, The Daily Show, The New Yorker, NPR, Slate, Tavis Smiley, The Wall Street Journal, New York, The Atlantic, The New Republic, USA Today, MSNBC, Time, the BBC, The Economist, The Boston Globe, Harper's, CNN, The Millions, Flavorwire, Buzzfeed. The Literary Hub, Electric Literature, and hundreds of other magazines, newspapers, radio and TV shows, and websites.
We've worked closely and seamlessly with in-house publicists from many publishing houses, including Graywolf Press, Henry Holt, Bloomsbury, Harper Collins, Penguin Random House, William Morrow, Public Affairs, Prometheus, Seven Stories Press, and Top Shelf. Academic publishers we've worked with include Oxford University Press, Harvard University Press, Columbia University Press, Princeton University Press, and Johns Hopkins University Press.
What we offer:
- Media outreach: national and local; TV, radio, print, online, and podcast
- Press materials: pitches, releases, talking points, Q&A's
- Radio tours
- Bylined pieces: editing and placement
- Website and social media consulting
- Award submissions
- Book tours and speaking engagements
"Hiring Press Shop was the best decision I made for promoting my book. Leah helped me get a high volume of print media coverage, as well as radio and TV interviews, public appearances, and so much more." – National Jewish Book Award-winner Shulem Deen
“I can't recommend her highly enough."—Erin Kottke, former Publicity Director at Graywolf Press
More testimonials here.