Spiegel & Grau

Spiegel & Grau
Parent company Random House
Founded 2008 (2008)
Founder Celina Spiegel, Julie Grau
Country of origin USA
Headquarters location New York City
Nonfiction topics Memoirs
Fiction genres (various)
Official website Spiegel & Grau @ Random House

Spiegel & Grau is a publishing imprint of Random House founded by Celina Spiegel and Julie Grau. The mission of the publisher is to be responsive to the issues that touch people's lives but also to provide a forum for thinkers and writers who break new ground, pose new questions, provoke and challenge us to remain alert and alive to change, even as they entertain us.


Writers whose work has been published under its imprint include the following:[1]


  1. The Groom to Have Been, winner of the 2008 Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
  2. Map of the Invisible World (2008)
  3. Factory Girls: From Village to City in a Changing China (2008), awarded the 2009 PEN USA Literary Award for Research Nonfiction
  4. Nothing to Envy (2009), awarded the BBC Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction and a National Book Award for Nonfiction finalist
  5. Pym (2011)
  6. Too Fat to Fish (2008), co-written with Anthony Bozza
  7. American Rust (2009), winner of a Los Angeles Times Book Prize
  8. I Am the New Black (2009), co-written with Anthony Bozza
  9. Stone's Fall (2009)
  10. Darwin's Ghosts: In Search of the First Evolutionists (2012)
  11. Griftopia: Bubble Machines, Vampire Squids, and the Long Con That Is Breaking America (2010)
  12. U.S. publisher of A Fraction of the Whole (2008), shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize


  1. "Our Authors". Spiegel & Grau, Random House. Retrieved 2013-05-07.
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