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Katherine Stroud

Katherine Stroud, PR Collective Founder, is an independent Public Relations Consultant who specialises in the fields of Literature, Culture and Campaigning. She has worked in PR for over 14 years beginning in the PR department of Random House before joining Penguin six years later. Katherine has worked with many prestigious authors on the Random House, Vintage division lists including Henning Mankell, Ian McEwan, Martin Amis and Anne Tyler. At Penguin, Katherine worked on the Fig Tree, Viking and Hamish Hamilton imprints for authors such as Jonathan Coe, Marina Lewycka, Colm Tóibín, India Knight, Kim Edwards, Carol Topolski, Penelope Lively, Anita Brookner, James Kelman, Naomi Alderman, Kathryn Stockett and Sarah Blake.  Clients as a freelance publicist have included Penguin, The Alliance, Short Books, ONE – Pushkin Press and Quercus working with authors such as Colm Tóibín, William Nicholson, Dame Daphne Sheldrick, Tony Fitzjohn, Alexandra Shulman, Salley Vickers, Three Hungry Boys, Sofka Zinovieff, Gyles Brandreth, Dr Michael Mosley, Mimi Spencer, Jamie Mason and Andrea Gillies.

  • Katherine Stroud is the most sophisticated, unflappable and resourceful publicist I’ve ever worked with. She has fantastic media contacts, great powers of organization, and a keen and clever nose for publicity and a brilliant instinct for what a media campaign should aim to do and how to capitalise on it.

    Juliet Annan, Publisher Fig Tree & Penguin

  • Katherine Stroud is a fantastic publicist, one of the best I’ve ever worked with. She knows the business inside out, stays calm under pressure and, most important of all, always gets the very best for you. I can’t imagine anyone better to guide you through the PR minefield.

     

    Jonathan Coe, Author

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The Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award 2018

AMERICAN AND WOMEN WRITERS DOMINATE LIST ANNOUNCED FOR THE 2018 SUNDAY TIMES EFG SHORT STORY AWARD LONGLIST 9 Americans, 4 British and 2 Irish writers in 15-strong longlist that includes Allegra Goodman, Miranda July, Joseph O’Neill, Yiyun Li, Victor Lodato and Curtis Sittenfeld   Female and American writers are at the core of the 15-strong longlist for the 2018 […]

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Being Adam Golightly

Being Adam Golightly

The cruel early death of his wife Helen tears up the script of Adam Golightly’s middle-class, middle-aged existence. Miserably single, outnumbered by his kids and haunted by life’s screaming fragility; he recounts his fight back against the hand of fate. This irreverent and frank memoir follows Adam’s snakes-and-ladders journey through his grief in the year […]

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Breaking Upwards

Breaking Upwards

“It is relatively easy to get a legal divorce; it is not so easy to get an emotional one. This book addresses how to deal with the emotional aspect of your divorce and helps you manage your child’s experience of it. There is no quick fix, no panacea. The impact of divorce needs to be […]

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