Barrie & Jenkins
Barrie & Jenkins was a small British publishing house that was formed in 1964 from the merger of the companies Herbert Jenkins (founded by English writer Herbert George Jenkins) and Barrie & Rockliff (whose managing director was Leopold Ullstein and whose editorial staff included John Bunting and John Pattison). One of their most notable authors was P. G. Wodehouse, whose titles came from the Herbert Jenkins portfolio of writers. The Barrie Group eventually comprised Barrie & Rockliff, the Cresset Press, Herbert Jenkins and Hammond & Hammond.
|Parent company||Random House|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
Barrie & Jenkins continues to exist as a specialist imprint mainly for hardback editions within the Random House stable.
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