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Are you considering a common reading program for your upcoming orientation, transition, and retention programming? Look no further! These publishers and authors are tried and true providers of topically relevant literature for your programming.





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HarperCollins Publishers 
Member since 2007


HarperCollins publishes books such classroom classics as THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD by Zora Neale Hurston, BRAVE NEW WORLD by Aldous Huxley, and ON WRITING WELL by William Zinsser.


Macmillan Academic Marketing 
Member since 2011


Macmillan and its imprints (Farrar Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt & Company, Picador, St. Martin’s Press, Tor Books, Bedford/St. Martin’s, Worth Publishers, and W.H. Freeman and Company) publish a number of texts appropriate for first-year seminars, transition courses, and common reading programs. Visit our dedicated first-year reading website http://macmillanfyebooks. or our complete title list


W. W. Norton 
Member since 2013


W. W. Norton is an employee-owned publisher in the United States, which publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, college textbooks, cookbooks, art books, and professional books.


Penguin Random House (USA) 
Member since 2008


Penguin Group (USA) published trade fiction and nonfiction books through a wide range of imprints, including touring author information, reader's group guides, subject catalogs, featured new titles, upcoming library and academic conventions and other great information.


Simon & Schuster 
Member since 2013


Simon & Schuster publishes a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction titles that align with the core purpose of college & university programs across the country—to support students in transition, promote engaging conversations, explore diverse perspectives, and foster community. Visit for recommended titles, author interviews, and reading group guides.


Workman Publishing 
Member since 2016


Workman Publishing Company, founded in 1968, is an independent publisher of adult and juvenile trade books. Known for its innovations that have stretched the boundaries of traditional books and calendars, Workman has produced a string of iconic bestsellers beginning with B. Kliban’s Cat and extending through What to Expect® When You’re Expecting, Brain Quest®, Sandra Boynton's board books, and 1,000 Places to See Before You Die®. Its wide range of nonfiction titles includes cookbooks, parenting books, gardening, humor, and self-help books, all published to inspire, inform, entertain, enrich…with passion, authority, and integrity.  





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