The Penguin Collectors Society is an educational charity with the objects of encouraging and promoting the study of Penguin Books and of conserving historical material in institutions available to researchers.
First published in 1935, Penguins rapidly became a force for cultural good on a par with the BBC or, later, the Open University. Penguins, Pelicans (non-fiction), Puffins (for children) and many other series fed a popular appetite for good reading, attractively packaged and cheap. Penguin today remains part of one of the world’s largest publishers. The Society’s members, numbering around 400 worldwide, are Penguin’s keenest students – and collectors.
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And no, I don't mean it's time for the note to Santa asking him to find you a Penguincubator or that missing Allen Lane Christmas Book. Instead I am making a shamless plug and wishing you, as per King Penguin [K38] Compliments of the Season
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As you will have gleaned from the twitter link... Read more
In Penguin Points
[PC88] members were alerted to an exhibition Designs on Britain
which is now running at The Jewish Museum in Camden Town. Read more
We have recently made some behind the scenes changes to the Website (ie changed the company that was hosting it) and it is possible that this caused a short term minor glitch with some new membership enquiries not being sent through. If you have filled in a request ... Read more
Applications for the 2017-18 bursary open on 1 October and the award will be made in April 2018. Read more