Pan Mac reboots Collector's Library

Pan Mac reboots Collector's Library

An accessible, eclectic classics imprint with a nostalgic gift appeal is the concept behind the Macmillan Collector’s Library, which has launched with its first 21 titles.

The move follows Pan Macmillan’s acquisition of Collector’s Library in March 2015. Under publisher Harriet Sanders, with the help of Collector’s Library’s Marcus Clapham, who remains a consultant on the project until the end of this year, the original 200-strong classics list has had a revamp. In total, 81 books will be out in new editions this year, with a further 72 set for 2017 and an ongoing programme thereafter.


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