Here are the latest posts about Penguin on Writers Write:
Penguin Launches Cartoon Network Book Imprint (2014-09-22): Penguin and the Cartoon Network have teamed up to launch a new imprint called Cartoon Network Books. The imprint will launch next summer.
Penguin Random House Unveils New Logo (2014-06-05): Penguin Random House has unveiled its new logo. The publishers merged last year.
Penguin India Forced to Recall and Destroy Scholar Wendy Doniger's Book The Hindus: An Alternative History (2014-02-13): Penguin India will recall and destroys all copies of Dr. Wendy Doniger's Book The Hindus: An Alternative History after being sued by extremists who are offended by the book.
Patricia Cornwell Leaves Penguin for Harpercollins (2013-08-16): Patricia Cornwell is leaving Penguin for Hapercollins. Harpercollins acquired rights to Cornwell's next two novels.
Penguin Group Launches Penguin Book Truck and Pushcart (2013-05-31): Penguin Group launches a Penguin Book Truck and Pushcart to promote its books.
Penguin and Random House Confirm They Are Merging (2012-10-29): The New York Times reports that Random House and Penguin will merge.
Random House and Penguin in Merger Talks (2012-10-25): The Financial Times reports that
Pearson (which owns the Financial Times) and Bertelsmann are in talks to merge Random House and Penguin.
Penguin Suing Elizabeth Wurtzel, Other Authors for Return of Advances Plus Interest (2012-09-26): The Smoking Gun reports that Penguin is suing several authors for return of their advances, claiming that they never turned in their manuscripts.
Amazon and Penguin Announce Fifth Annual Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Contest (2011-12-08): Amazon.
Penguin Drops Bombshell on Librarians: Bans Lending of New Ebook Titles (2011-11-21): Library Journal reports
that Penguin Group USA will no longer allow library lending of ebook titles.
Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Winners Announced (2010-06-14): Amazon.
Scholastic and Penguin Offices Sprayed for Bedbugs (2009-09-03): The New York Observer reports
that the offices of publisher Scholastic were evacuated in order to spray for bedbugs.
Penguin Goes to Second Life (2006-10-25): Penguin has gone virtual for the launch of Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash.