Chuck - Issue #4 by Peter Johnson, Zev Borow

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Parker credited with many of the Macmillan titles produced earlier in the year. 9 From then on Macmillan was a consistent and increasingly important imprint within the Circular’s listings. Macmillan’s annual production peaked in 1864 but then declined over the next three years, rising once more in 1869, only to fall again until 1874. 1. This shows that following a steep increase in the years up to 1863, the upward trend rose more gently, and did not sharpen again until the mid-1870s – a pattern which closely mirrored the general trend in title production during the 1860s and 1870s.

Alexander was also the prime instigator of the firm’s celebrated contract with Tennyson in 1884, which provided the Poet Laureate with a secure outlet for his later work, while effectively establishing Macmillan as the leading literary publisher of the day. Long before the expiration of the ten-year term, Tennyson was dead and the future of his texts entrusted to his surviving son, Hallam. In his second contribution, ‘“And Sacred is the Latest Word”: Macmillan and Tennyson’s “final” text’, Michael Millgate discusses the complex negotiations which developed as Hallam (prompted by his mother) struggled to fulfil these responsibilities with the publication of an annotated edition of his father’s works.

5 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jly Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Distribution of title production 1886 April and so on14), whereas only 1 was issued in September and 2 in October. 6 illustrates the ‘non-Colonial Library’ titles. Here we can see the two-season pattern more clearly, with Christmas now just ahead of Spring as a season of highest production. In summary, what can we say of the monthly production pattern of Macmillan as revealed by these rather limited sample years? Discounting 1846 and 1856 as being too early and too limited in production to act as sample years, we can say that within 20 years of its founding, the firm’s production pattern had settled down into a form which paralleled, without slavishly copying, the general pattern of production.

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