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G.P. Putnam's Sons has led the publishing industry with more New York Times hardcover bestsellers than any other imprint for more than two decades. G. P.

Putnams Sons is an American book publisher based in New York City, New York. The Putnam & Smith publishing house offers traditional publishing services for self-publishers.

G.P. Putnam's Son

G.P. Putnam's Sons has been leading the publishing business with more New York Times best sellers than any other print for more than two centuries. Putnam remains one of the most esteemed and prestigous prints in the business, with a wealth of publishing experience from incumbent franchisees and new talents, as well as winning awards with an unsurpassed success rate.

Some of the outstanding best-selling writers Putnam has released include: The book includes Sophia Amoruso, Foreign Minister James Baker, Thomas Barnett, A. Scott Berg, Maureen Dowd, Goldie Hawn, T.D. Jakes, Spencer Johnson, Bobby Orr, Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds. George Palmer Putnam, who began his professional life in a small New York bookshop, relocated to London in 1838 to found the first US publishing group of Wiley and Putnam in England.

Putnam came back to the United States ten years later and the business became known as George P. Putnam. "In 1849 Putnam released the reworked works of his dear acquaintance, the US writer and historicist Washington Irving. A year later, the Susan Warner family released The Worldwide, World, which became known as America's first bestselling book, with forty thousand and more than a million sold in the first few hemonths.

For the next one and a half centuries Putnam released works by President Theodore Roosevelt (who worked in the home for a year before turning to politics), William Golding's Lord of the Flies, Norman Mailers Deer Park, Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita and Mario Puzo's The Godfather. The sons of G.P. Putnam in 2013 were celebrating their 175-year anniversary and culminated in an offical "G.P. Putnam's Sons Day", which was proclaimed by the New York City Hall on May 28, 2013.

Putnam's story is almost as long as our country's - and also as diverse. It is a very different universe from 1838, and it is also the masthead, although many of our key assets continue to exist - a sense of our authors' commitment to excellence, our services to our writers and, of course, ayen to make best-sellers.

With an annual ranking of 30 to 35 New York Times best-sellers on record, Putnam remains the leader in the sector, relying on aggressiveness in selling and selling when it comes to publishing existing brand names and new findings. Putnam, Dutton and Berkley. Since 2005 he has been Putnam's Chairman.

Currently, he leads Putnam's corporate, publishing and merchandising strategies. Beginning his bookselling in Washington, DC, Ivan moved to Random House's advertising division, where he worked with writers from Norman Mailer to General Colin Powell. She is Senior Vice President, Editor of Putnam, Dutton and Berkley.

Dutton hired her in 2008 as Director of Marketing and PR. Since 2011 she has been Vice President and since 2012 Associate Publisher. In orchestrating and navigating the advertising for the disputed No Ease Day, she secured the first hour-long interrogation for a 60-minute film. Prior to Dutton, she was Director of PR at Crown.

I' m Sally Kim, vice president, editor-in-chief of Putnam. Besides supporting the editors and purchasing the impressum, she has specialised in her own high-class lists of literature with commercially broadcast content. In the last twenty years she has purchased and published a number of books, among them New York Times best-sellers by Gillian Flynn, Lisa Unger, Allison Winn Scotch and Will Lavender, and made debut books by Courtney Maum, Jami Attenberg, Ann Leary and Holly Goddard Jones.

Among her works are The Bright Forever by Lee Martin, a Pulitzer Prize finaleist; Truth in Advertising by John Kenney, a Thurber Prize for American Humor laureate; and The Incarnations by Susan Barker, a Kirkus Prize for Fiction 2015 and a New York Times Notable Book notable.

Before Putnam, Sally was an editor at Touchstone/Simon & Schuster and also worked at HarperCollins, the Crown Publishing Group and St. Martin's Press after joining Frahlingur Sandra Dijkstra. Recent or forthcoming Putnam tracks are The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin (Instant New York Times Bestseller), Tin Man by Sarah Winman, The Hunger by Alma Katsu, The Banker's Wife by Cristina Alger and The Editor by Steven Rowley.

He is a publisher of commercially oriented literature, novel and thriller articles on topical issues, historical, sporting and scientific topics. Among others he works with the writers Clive Cussler, Frederick Forsyth, Lisa Gardner, C.J. Box, Robert Crais, Stephen Hunter, Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett, Karen Dionne, T. Jefferson Parker, Tom Sweterlitsch and Alex Grecian. A publisher of many New York Times best-sellers, Edgar Award winners, PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sportswriting winners and Pulitzer Prize runner-up in the past.

Mr Lipschultz came to Putnam in October 2017. Her interests range from the upscale to the commercially charged, and she writes a broad spectrum of women's literature, including highly conceptual psychologic tension, background plays, impractical romantic tales and dramatic epics. Before coming to Putnam, Margo was a Harlequin Sr. Author, where she has published several best-selling writers for the New York Times and USA TODAY.

Toara Singh Carlson came to Putnam in 2014. She focuses on female narrative located between business and literature, which includes historic literature, modern women's tales that are either wild and amusing or full of emotion, and emotional tension. Among others, she has worked with the acclaimed and best-selling writers Sebastian Barry, Andrea Camilleri, J. M. Coetzee, Blaine Harden, Joanne Harris, L.S. Hilton, Craig Johnson, Nuala O'Connor, Theresa Rebeck, Sir Ken Robinson, Jill Santopolo, Shanthi Sekaran, Sara Weinman and Naomi Wood.

Minnich came to Putnam in 2008 and was appointed Senior Editor in 2016. Among the authors she has purchased are ITW thriller prizewinner Nick Petrie (The Drifter), award-winning David Joy (Where All Light Tends to Go) and award-winning best-selling novelist Steve Hamilton (The Second Life of Nick Mason). Sara' s interest in literature includes modern and historic literature, mystery and thriller, generally all with a high standard.

Recent and forthcoming tracks have included High White Sun by J. Todd Scott, The Sinners by Ace Atkins, The Line that Hero Us by David Joy, With You Always by Rena Olsen and Dead Man Running by Steve Hamilton. The editor of Marian Wood Books, Marian Wood, arrived in June 1999 after a long career at Henry Holt & Co.

Authors she has released include Sue Grafton, whose bestseller Kinsey Milhone Secrets she released in 1982, and Philip Kerr, whose classical noise show shows Bernie Gunther, his Berlin sardonical murder policeman. Other authors include Daniel Woodrell, award-winning Karen Joy Fowler and Olga Grushin, popular historic author Sharon Kay Penman and celebrated novelist Hilary Mantel, Penelope Fitzgerald and John Lanchester.

Mr. Lee joins Dutton and Putnam in March 2015 as Vice President, Associate Publisher of Papermakers and oversaw the papermaking converting programme for both of them. Most recently, before coming to Dutton and Putnam, Ben was VP, Associate Publisher of Atria Books at Simon & Schuster, and managed editorial work for many New York Times bestsellers, such as Brad Thor, Jennifer Weiner, Vince Flynn, Theresa Caputo, Rachael Ray and Buddy Valastro.

His publishing background began at Random House, where he worked in the distribution of storage club distribution and information group sourcing. Pattison McClay is Director of Corporate Communications at Putnam. Her work has included campaigning for award-winning and New York Times bestsellers by Karen Joy Fowler, Natasha Solomons, Lev Grossman, Jonathan Tropper, Sarah Jio, Hilary Mantel and Tony Horowitz.

Mr Welby came to Putnam in September 2011 as Director of P.. Besides leading the advertising teams of the Impressum, she led the campaign for Sophia Amoruso, A. Scott Berg, Clive Cussler, Sue Grafton, Jan Karon, Jenny Lawson, Bobby Orr, Dolly Parton, Burt Reynolds and M.O. Walsh. Following her start at St. Martin's Press, she was Associate Director of Communications at Simon & Schuster, where she worked for 11 years with writers such as Mark Bittman, Taylor Branch, James Lee Burke, David Carr, President Jimmy Carter, Mary Higgins Clark, Chris Cleave, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Stephen Hunter, David Maraniss, Susan Orlean, Pearl Jam, Paul Simon and Martin Cruz Smith.

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