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Did you hear? The New York Public Library and Macmillan Publishers have announced a new agreement to create and publish a wide variety of print and e-books for adults and for children drawing from and inspired by the Library’s world-renowned collections of rare books, manuscripts, photographs, maps, artifacts, and more!
Among the first adult titles will be a book by acclaimed and beloved author and illustrator Maira Kalman celebrating libraries; a book on New York restaurant life, featuring menus from the library’s extensive collection of 45,000 eatery menus; and Book Face, a book bringing together the best posts from the #bookface Instagram sensation.
Macmillan CEO John Sargent said, “What a great pleasure it is to be the publishing partner of the NYPL. Their building and the incredible collections it holds has been an inspiration for generations of Americans. It is an honor both personally and professionally to work with them to disseminate this great wealth of content.”
“For over 100 years, The New York Public Library has collected, preserved, and made accessible to the public millions of significant and enlightening books, manuscripts, photographs, artifacts and more from history – items that have informed and inspired countless new works and ideas,” said NYPL President Tony Marx. “This partnership with Macmillan is a new, wonderful way to share our collections and celebrate the role of libraries with the public. We thank our partners at Macmillan, and look forward to filling our shelves with these new titles.”
Fantastic news! We are pleased to announce that Macmillan has expanded its eBook lending pilot program to include library consortia, effective immediately!
The pilot program has been in place since March 2013 and recently expanded to include all frontlist Macmillan eBooks. Macmillan has approximately 15,000 books available in the library e-lending program from bestselling authors such as Stephen Covey, Lisa Scottoline, Bill O’Reilly, Janet Evanovich, Louise Penny, Jeffrey Archer, Tatiana de Rosnay, Rainbow Rowell and more. New books will be added weekly as they go on sale in the retail market.
Macmillan titles will be offered to libraries under the 2 year/52 lend model currently in place and are available through multiple distributors.