You might be interested in licensing content from our print or digital products. If you do wish to use text, images or any other material contained in a Macmillan product, you will need to contact us in advance.
Our Rights Department will be happy to help you with any rights or permissions queries. We receive a lot of requests to license our content, so don’t worry if you don’t receive an immediate reply but you should expect to receive a response within 6 to 8 weeks. Due to the administration involved we usually do charge a clearance fee when granting permission and the fee we offer will be determined by the intended use. Once permission is granted you will receive an invoice and a license agreement. Please note where we do grant permission this will not be valid until we are in receipt of the fee.
Before submitting your enquiry, please check the imprint page of the publication you're requesting permission for to identify the ISBN and refer to the details below for who to contact.
ISBNs starting with 978-1405-0 / 978-0330 / 978-0333 / 978-0230 / 978-0435
Please click here to download the form. Please email the completed form to Rightsandpermissions@macmillan.com
Former Macmillan titles
ISBNs starting with 0023 & 0024 are now copyrighted to Prentice Hall/Pearson Higher Education US.
ISBNs starting with 0028 (Macmillan Library Reference titles) are now copyrighted to Cengage.
Also: British Film Institute / Macmillan Press / Macmillan Science / St Martin's Press (Scholarly and Reference titles published prior to 2000 only)
ISBNs starting with 978-0333 / 978-1403-9 / 978-1137-2 / 978-0230 / 978-0312 / 978-0851
ISBNs starting with 978-1405-0 / 978-0330 / 978-0333 / 978-0283 / 978-0752-2 / 978-1447-2 / 978-0230
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Please also note that Free Press, Collier-Macmillan, Macmillan New York and Macmillan Inc. are not part of the Macmillan Group in the UK, but part of Simon and Schuster in the USA. Please contact Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org.