One year ago—November 8, 2014—we submitted the manuscript of MM2 to our editor at Oxford University Press, New York.
Here’s a picture of David’s desk after several years of work on MM2.
Marissa’s desk is only slightly less messy. What you can’t see in this picture is the hundreds upon hundreds of books and articles we have in our home and offices, all of which (and more) we consulted while writing MM2.
Today, one year later, we’re very pleased to say that MM2 is now available in more than 775 (and counting) university, national, state, and local libraries worldwide, including (just to name a few, in no particular order) the libraries of: Harvard, Oxford, Princeton, Cambridge, Stanford, Cornell, Columbia, Indiana, Northwestern, Georgetown, Brown, Duke, Johns Hopkins, Tufts, UC-Berkeley, McGill, USC, Florida State, UCLA, Trinity College Dublin, Kings College London…
… and the libraries of the university of: Chicago, Edinburgh, Utrech, Toronto, Montreal, Texas-Austin, Michigan, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Cape Town, Stellenbosch, Pretoria, North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Miami, Colorado, British Columbia…
… and the United States Library of Congress, the British Library, the Scottish National Library, the National Library of Canada, and a few more.
Needless to say, we’re extremely excited about this.