Sally MacGillivray

#Image_2#Sally M. MacGillivray, Rights and Permissions Manager, is responsible for those aspects of the company's publishing activity that involve contracts, licenses, and permissions in all media. She brings to this position an extensive background in trade book and scholarly journal publishing.

Sally began her publishing career at Alfred A. Knopf, New York, where she progressed from Editorial Assistant to Associate Rights Director, responsible for negotiating paperback, serial, book club, and performance licenses. Upon moving to Boston, she became Managing Editor for the scholarly journal Operations Research, and directed an award-winning
redesign of that publication.

In 1990 she joined David R. Godine, Publisher, as Director of Publicity, Advertising, and Domestic Subsidiary Rights, designing marketing campaigns
for authors Andre Dubus, Sena Jeter Naslund, Barbara McClintock and others.

Sally joined Sky Publishing in 1994 as Publications Manager, overseeing production of non-magazine-related publishing materials such as books, atlases, and globes. Her projects included The Millennium Star Atlas, which was chosen Best of Show at the Bookbuilders of Boston 1999 annual
book show, and The New Solar System, 4th edition, which won the Printing Institute of America's 1999 Benjamin Franklin Award as the best entry in the textbook category. In 1997 the International Astronomical Union named asteroid 7228 MacGillivray in honor of Sally's work on The Millennium Star

Sally is a member of Bookbuilders of Boston, and in 2001 was elected to membership in the Society of Printers, a Boston-based organization devoted to promoting appreciation of the book arts.

In addition to her interest in fine bookmaking, Sally's interests outside the office include the ballet, bicycling, New York City, and music of almost any sort.

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