Here you’ll find useful information on the most common issues associated with the site.
I’d like to do work experience at Pan Macmillan
Work experience can be an effective entry route into publishing and Pan Mac we are able to offer one or two week placements on an ad-hoc basis dependant on what we can accommodate within the business. Work experience is generally unpaid, although we do always pay an amount towards travel expenses.
To be eligible for a work experience placement at Pan Macmillan:
You must be 18+
You must not have carried out a work experience placement with Pan Macmillan within the last 6 months
If you are interested in this programme please e-mail your CV in word format stating clearly the dates that you are available, with a covering letter to:
Please be aware, however, that we always have a large volume of interest and limited number of placements so we cannot guarantee you will be offered a work experience placement. We will only contact you if an appropriate placement becomes available.
I have a fault with one of your titles
Please use the menu above to contact us if you have found a fault with one of our titles. It may take up to 28 days for a response to be sent.
How do I submit a Manuscript?
Unfortunately we do not accept unsolicited manuscripts or proposals.
The exception is Macmillan New Writing, which only accepts email submissions of complete manuscripts from debut novelists. Macmillan New Writing is temporarily closed to submissions, but for more information, and to find out when we reopen to submissions, please visit the Pan Macmillan website.
You can find information about how to get published and contact information for literary agencies in The Writers Handbook.
J. Roald Smeets