Today marks the 10 year anniversary of our founding! A lot has happened in the last decade:
2004 – A spunky young lady named Talia starts the department!
2005 – Tom Perrotta keynotes ALA Midwinter in Boston. We sponsor Library Journal’s pre-BEA Day of Dialog for the first time! Macmillan Library moves to the Flatiron Building.
2006 – Elie Wiesel keynotes PLA.
2007 – We bus librarians from PA & CT to BEA and load them up with ARCs! We host the first ever librarian-only author breakfast!
2008 – Talia is chosen as one of Publishers Weekly’s 50 Under 40 & joins Twitter!
2009 – Lisa Scottoline keynotes the Gala Author Tea at ALA Annual! Ben Rubinstein joins the department, bringing awesome tattoos.
2010 – Talia is chosen as a Library Journal Mover & Shaker and moderates her first ever panel of mystery writers during PLA! Kristin Hannah keynotes the PLA breakfast event & Will Shortz keynotes at ALA Annual!
2011 – Nevada Barr keynotes the Gala Author Tea at ALA Annual! Ali Fisher joins the department, bringing her trademark sense of humor and a love of sci-fi.
2012 – Jane Green keynotes the Gala Author Tea at ALA Annual! Talia moves to North Carolina (sniffle) but visits NYC often (yay!).
2013 – Macmillan Library has the #1 pick on the inaugural LibraryReads list, FANGIRL by Rainbow Rowell! Anne Spieth joins the department and brings cookies. Literally.
2014 – Macmillan Library celebrates 10 years with a birthday party at ALA Annual!
We can’t begin to thank you enough for your friendship and support over the last decade. Here’s to the next 10 and well beyond!
Talia & Anne