Editorial letras de autor

Penguin random house manuscritos

El catálogo de Destino incluye a los autores españoles más emblemáticos de la posguerra como Miguel Delibes, Camilo José Cela, Carmen Martín Gaite, Rafael Sánchez Ferlosio, Ana María Matute, Carmen Laforet, etc. y a grandes autores extranjeros como George Orwell, Bohumil Hrabal o Naguib Mahfuz. Últimamente publica autores como Andrés Trapiello, Antonio Soler, Pedro Zarraluki o Eduardo Lago[2].
La editorial concede dos premios anuales para obras inéditas, el Premio Nadal, fundado en 1944 (el más antiguo de la literatura española), y el Premio Josep Pla, fundado en 1968, para obras inéditas en catalán[1][3].
Destino Infantil & Juvenil es un sello editorial infantil de la editorial Destino, que publica libros para jóvenes desde 2002. Bajo este sello se publican álbumes ilustrados y obras de ficción infantil y juvenil, en castellano y catalán. Algunos de los libros más vendidos son El señor de los ladrones, de la aclamada escritora alemana Cornelia Funke, la serie de las Crónicas de Narnia, de C. S. Lewis, y los libros de Geronimo Stilton, entre otros.

Random house literature

This imprint was created by Manuel Aguilar in 1923. Its first publication was the translation of the trilogy of the French astronomer Camille Flammarion entitled Death and its Mysteries, a success that was the prelude to the success of this publishing house.
Aguilar’s authors come from all fields of professional activity; thus, this imprint includes books on health, politics, biographies, current affairs, television, royalty and entertainment, among other subjects.
The activity of the children’s and young people’s line is based on two fundamental premises: the literary quality of its publications and the service to its users; both are based on the universal principle that the creation of good readers is essential for the integral formation of the individual, both academic and personal.
Beascoa’s historical trajectory has always been attentive to the development of new editorial concepts and formats; all of them, projects aimed at the youngest readers, with the intention of combining learning and entertainment.

Publishers accepting manuscripts 2021

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Universe of letters

«I sent the manuscript to the traditional publishers, but many of them didn’t even answer me, others hid behind the crisis and, in the end, I gave up». Laura Ferrero then decided to self-publish her novel Piscinas vacías with Caligrama (formerly known as Me Gusta Escribir Libros), an imprint that belongs to the publishing giant Penguin Random House.
«It convinced me because they had worldwide distribution, both in print and online,» Ferrero recounted at the time. That allowed him to reach position 30 on Amazon in his second week of sales and attract the attention of Alfaguara’s editors, who offered him the possibility of publishing it through traditional channels as well. This contract opened the doors to one of the most powerful brands in our country, where she will soon launch her second book.
Laura’s success story is the perfect promotion for Penguin Random House and its support for authors who publish books with their own money. Almost thirty imprints belong to its group, including Alfaguara, Lumen, Plaza y Janés and Debate.