Pocket Books

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Pocket Books was established in 1939 and is a division of Simon & Schuster. American entrepeneur Richard de Graff brought the publisher to the United States. Soon, the distinctive kangaroo logo (the kangaroo is named Gertrude, after de Graff's mother) was a common sight in bookstores and other outlets.

Aspiring writers should note that Pocket only accepts agented manuscripts.


Closed Imprints