Harper Collins Publishers
Since 1817, HarperCollins has helped spread the written word and earned a rich history that few companies can rival. We have brought some of the world’s most notable authors to the forefront including the Bronte sisters, Charles Dickens, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Harper Lee, Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein, William Thackeray, Mark Twain and Margaret Wise Brown, to name only a few. Today, we can still proudly say that authors are at the center of everything we do. But in order to give our authors a wonderful publishing experience, we need great people – people with passion for not only the written word, but for the innovation, growth and change that our industry demands. From our roots as the modest print shop opened by James & John Harper to today’s global publishing house nearly 200 years later, the people of HarperCollins have always been central to our success – for both our authors and our business. As the second largest consumer book publisher in the world, we have nearly 4,000 employees working across the globe to propel our authors forward in the ever-changing world of publishing.