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RUTH KILLICK

Publicity Director

Ruth Killick is an award-winning book publicity with over two decades’ experience in book publicity.  In the industry she’s known for her strategic vision, creative approach and entrepreneurial flair.    Before founding RKP in 2013 she worked at OUP and Dillons, spent nearly five year as Head of Publicity at Penguin Press and joined Profile as Publicity Director in 2002. 

REBECCA GRAY

Account Director

Rebecca Gray worked in book publishing for sixteen years, most recently as Head of Fiction Publicity at Orion Publishing. Her campaigns included Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams, Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn and The Versions of Us by Laura Barnett, and she worked with authors including Malala Yousafzai, Julian Fellowes and Julie Walters. She left publishing to join Glyndebourne Productions as Head of Press and Communications in 2019, where she ran the Press and Digital Teams.

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AMY STEWART

Account Manager

Amy Stewart is a book publicist, with non-fiction and academic campaign experience. She worked at Princeton University Press for three and a half years in their publicity department, specialising in the humanities, particularly in philosophy and classics titles. In 2019 she was an Events Officer for The Society of Young Publishers' Oxford branch, organising events and socials for the area.

WENDY KILLICK

Admin

Wendy has recently joined the team as Office Manager and assists with the various administration and “back office” functions. 
Having previously worked within a diverse range of industries, Wendy has several years’ PA/Secretarial and Business Development experience at a senior level under her belt.

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COLIN REEVES

Marketing and Design

With 15 years IT experience and 10 years creative design and marketing experience, Colin manages events, email campaigns, and other promotional materials.  Skilled in developing engaging designs and marketing campaigns that captivate audiences and are not easily forgotten.