Featured Speakers

Isabel Wilkerson

Pulitzer Prize winner and author of the critically-acclaimed bestsellers The Warmth of Other Suns and Caste

Tommy Orange

Bestselling novelist and author of There There and Wandering Stars
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Programming Ideas

Celebrating Our Nation’s Libraries

April 23rd – April 29th is National Library Week, the perfect time to visit, celebrate, and support your local library. Join these Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau speakers in applauding the crucial services that librarians provide, from encouraging literacy to inspiring writers to providing invaluable programming for their communities and schools.

Planning 2024: Awareness and Heritage Months

Every year, awareness and heritage months highlight important issues, unite communities, and inspire advocacy. If your company, organization, or school is looking to organize events and programming around monthly moments…

Connecting Communities: Tommy Orange at Community Reads in Maryland and Chicago

Tommy Orange’s 2018 Pulitzer Prize-finalist and national bestseller There There has been read by thousands as part of city- and statewide Community Reads programs. A look at two standout events in Chicago and Maryland.

Meet Our Speakers And Our Team At the First-Year Experience® Conference 2024

The PRHSB team and some of our speakers will be in Seattle, Washington for the 43rd Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience from February 18-21, 2024. Here is some inspiration for your programming for first-year students.

Patricia Evangelista: Distinguished journalist and accomplished author

Patricia Evangelista is the author of Some People Need Killings and the award-winning investigative journalist for Rappler, one of the Philippines’ top news sites which was founded by 2021 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa.