Lambda Award Finalists

Lambda Award Finalists

The Lambda Literary Awards honor the best in LGBTQ books, and this year’s finalists include NINE Macmillan titles! Gay Fiction HISTORY OF VIOLENCE by Édouard Louis SOME HELL by Patrick Nathan Bisexual Fiction THE BEST BAD THINGS by Katrina Carrasco Gay Poetry WILD IS THE WIND: Poems by Carl Phillips Lesbian Mystery A WHISPER OF […]

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2018 Bram Stoker Awards Final Ballot

2018 Bram Stoker Awards Final Ballot

The Horror Writers Association has announced the final ballot for the 2018 Bram Stoker Awards, and Macmillan has two titles in the running! Superior Achievement in a NovelGLIMPSE by Jonathan Maberry Superior Achievement in a First NovelBABY TEETH by Zoje Stage Winners will be announced May 11, 2019. […]

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Macmillan Library @ TxLA 2019

Howdy, partners! We can’t wait to see you in Austin for the Texas Library Association’s Annual Conference! Join us in the exhibit hall in booth #2346 for tons of ARC giveaways and author signings, and mark your calendars with our many awesome events! Please check back later for final room assignments. Monday, April 15 In-booth […]

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Library Journal’s Best Books of 2018

Library Journal’s Best Books of 2018

The year-end best-of lists are still rolling in, and now we’re proud to announce that Library Journal‘s Best Books of 2018 includes 21 Macmillan titles: Crime Fiction A DEATH OF NO IMPORTANCE by Mariah Fredericks Graphic Novels WOMAN WORLD by Aminder Dhaliwal SABRINA by Nick Drnaso BERLIN by Jason Lutes Horror THE MERRY SPINSTER: Tales […]

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Vote Now in the Goodreads Choice Awards 2018

Vote Now in the Goodreads Choice Awards 2018

Voting for the 10th Annual Goodreads Choice Awards is now open! Goodreads has gathered the best titles from across all genres, and we’re happy to share the Macmillan titles currently nominated for your voting pleasure. Voting for the opening round closes November 4th, so head over to Goodreads and submit your votes now. Fiction NINE […]

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Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2018

Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2018

The first of the year-end round-ups has arrived, and we are happy to share Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2018! Fiction KUDOS by Rachel Cusk SHE WOULD BE KING by Wayétu Moore Mystery/Thriller CITY OF INK by Elsa Hart NINE PERFECT STRANGERS by Liane Moriarty SF/Fantasy/Horror THE CALCULATING STARS by Mary Robinette Kowal THE MERRY […]

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Welcome to Macmillan Library Marketing, Amanda!

Welcome to Macmillan Library Marketing, Amanda!

Hello librarians! I’m baaaack! After spending the past year in special sales, I am so excited to jump back into the amazing world of library marketing. I just couldn’t resist joining Talia and Emily’s epic team and finally sharing my love of books and libraries with you all once again. I’m happy to help with […]

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Library Journal’s Fearsome Firsts + Booklist’s Top 10 Horror (10/15/18)

Library Journal’s Fearsome Firsts + Booklist’s Top 10 Horror (10/15/18)

Just in time for your spook-tastic thrill-a-chill displays, here are creepy favorites from Library Journal + Booklist: Library Journal‘s Fearsome Firsts: Horror Fiction from Debut Authors: BABY TEETH Booklist‘s Top 10 Horror: AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD HER BODY AND OTHER PARTIES And don’t forget to join us for Booklist‘s “Falling for Mystery” Webinar […]

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#BookBday (9/18/18 Edition)

#BookBday (9/18/18 Edition)

Hey hey, it’s your #BookBday! BOOMER1 by Daniel Torday “After his academic job search, his journalistic career, and his marriage proposal go down in flames, an angry young man moves into his mother’s basement and starts a radical movement that pits millennials against baby boomers. Stylishly written, cleverly observed, and boldly imagined.” – Kirkus Reviews, […]

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Booklist’s Top SF/Fantasy/Horror of 2018

Booklist’s Top SF/Fantasy/Horror of 2018

Booklist’s Top 10 SF/Fantasy/Horror reading lists of 2018* include these outstanding Macmillan titles: Top 10 SF/Fantasy: 2018 (full list) BALL LIGHTNING by Cixin Liu, translated by Joel Martinsen While devoting himself to studying the atmospheric occurrence called ball lightning—which struck and killed his parents—Chen meets the beautiful but ruthless Lin Yun, an army major whose […]

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