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Pan Mac launches search for readers panel
07.06.12 | Charlotte Williams
Pan Macmillan is searching for a panel of readers to help create reading group content for selected new titles.
The panel, to be run in partnership with The Reading Agency, will read four Pan Macmillan and Picador books a year and contribute to the special reading group material included in the books, online, and in packs sent out to reading groups around the country.
The first book chosen is Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt (pictured), published today (7th June).
Readers can apply to be a member of the panel through the Pan Macmillan Reading Groups website until the end of August 2012. The panel will attend events at the Pan Macmillan offices four times over 12 months to meet editors and discuss the quarter's choice, with the first panel meeting scheduled for September 2012.
The panel will also be invited to attend a lunch, tea or cocktail event with the author of each chosen title.