A Letter to Librarians from Nichola Raihani (8/31/21)

Biologist Nichola Raihani debuts with a profound and engaging message on human psychology and behavior with her entertaining stories from the field in THE SOCIAL INSTINCT: How Cooperation Shaped the World. Today, Nichola joins us with a letter to librarians and an invitation to a voyage of discovery. THE SOCIAL INSTINCT: How Cooperation Shaped the […]

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A Conversation with Jonathan Franzen (8/18/21)

Jonathan Franzen chatted with his longtime editor, Jonathan Galassi, about his forthcoming novel CROSSROADS and what is to come from this timely and absorbing trilogy. Check it out! […]

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Read an excerpt from SAVED BY A SONG

SAVED BY A SONG: The Art and Healing Power of Songwriting by Mary Gauthier | 9781250202116 | 7/6/21 Grammy-nominated folk singer and songwriter Mary Gauthier explores the creativity and redemptive power of song in this part memoir, part break-down of songwriting, part philosophy of art. SAVED BY A SONG takes readers from 12 year old Mary–who was gifted […]

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Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year!

♫♪♫♫♪ ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the virtual world, not a publicist was pitching, not even a Zoom call a’ringing. The books were already put up on the shelves with care, because no one at Macmillan would be there. ♫♪♫♫♪ Macmillan’s offices are closed from 12/24/20-1/4/21. May your days be merry and […]

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Staff Round-Up: Favorite Holiday Books

Grab some hot cocoa and cozy up by the fire, we’re feeling the holiday cheer. And, there’s no better way to spread it than with a round-up of Macmillan Library Marketing’s favorite holiday books! Talia ONE DAY IN DECEMBER by Josie Silver LET IT SNOW by John Green, Maureen Johnson, & Lauren Myracle MY TRUE […]

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2021 Community Reads Recommendations

Although our Academic Marketing division created the “Books for the First-Year Experience” for colleges and universities, we strongly believe that the titles featured in this catalog foster the sort of discussion and self-reflection that make library-led, city-wide reading programs so memorable. The updated catalog for 2021 is now available and features titles such as: UNCOMFORTABLE […]

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Imprint Spotlight: Macmillan Audio

Welcome back to another Imprint Spotlight! Today we’ll hear from Macmillan Audio and get some recs for what to listen to next. Emily Dyer [Marketing Manager, Macmillan Audio] “I am a Marketing Manager at Macmillan Audio. Working in the audio group means you get to work on projects for books (and with people!) from all […]

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Imprint Spotlight: Celadon Books

Welcome back to Imprint Spotlight! Today, we’ll learn more about Celadon Books and get a few creepy reading recommendations just in time for Halloween. Let’s dive in! Rachel Chou [Associate Publisher, Celadon Books] “I am the Associate Publisher of Celadon Books. In this role, I oversee all marketing, publicity, and integration with sales. Celadon Books […]

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GFA Spotlight: TO HOLD UP THE SKY

In this Genre For All spotlight, I’d like to wish a hearty welcome to Julia, one of our pals over at Tor, who’s come to talk about Cixin Liu’s TO HOLD UP THE SKY (on sale today!) + a special offer for librarians. Educators save the world. You know it. I know it. Cixin Liu […]

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Happiness for Librarians

Catherine Gildiner, author of GOOD MORNING, MONSTER: A Therapist Shares Five Heroic Stories of Emotional Recovery, shared with us five ways for coping and maybe even finding happiness during a Pandemic. We’ll be sharing one tip every day this week. So without further ado… welcome, Catherine! As a psychologist I like to look at things […]

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