The interview will mark the first meeting between Palin and Winfrey, who campaigned for Barack Obama during the presidential campaign. She had never previously endorsed a candidate.
There is perhaps no better platform than Winfrey's show to drum up sales for a book: Her "Book Club" has consistently driven books to the bestseller list.
Palin did a round of largely ill-received interviews with media organizations, including CBS News, during last year's presidential campaign; she has yet to appear on any of the late-night talk shows, where she has been a regular target. (She did make a memorable appearance on "Saturday Night Live.")
"Going Rogue" rose to the top of the Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com sales rankings more than a month and a half before its release, thanks to preorders. The initial printing for the book is 1.5 million copies, matching the initial printing for Ted Kennedy's recent memoir, "True Compass."