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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To judge by the dawn chorus, the birds are beginning to think about building nests but I fear this could be a mistake. However, the longer days have reminded me that it has been a while since I came up with some ideas of where to go and what to see. Read more
It is with sadness I have to report that John Ross, a friend to many in the Society, died rather suddenly last week. Read more
Due to a broken email link the Treasurer has not received any Join the Society/Renewal forms for the last 10 days. This has only affected ... Read more
Members may have learned that Joe Pearson, long-time Society member .... Read more
A short reminder that Longdales House is holding rooms for PCS members until the end of the month - read on for full details. Read more
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