New York Times Bestsellers
By: dondi
May 4, 2018

The New Press has made history – for a second time – having two titles in the New York Times paperback nonfiction bestsellers list, . . .

Slave Old Man Reader's Guide
By: dondi
May 1, 2018

The New Press is pleased to share a Reading Group Guide for Slave Old Man by Patrick Chamoiseau.

New Press Authors Michelle Alexander and Sherrilyn Ifill Kick Off Opening Ceremony for Bryan Stevenson’s New Peace and Justice Museum and Memorial
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April 30, 2018

The New Jim Crow author Michelle Alexander and Sherrilyn Ifill, co-author with Bryan Stevenson, Loretta Lynch and Tony Thompson of the . . .

Manuel Pastor’s State of Resistance Featured on Cover of New York Times Book Review
By: dondi
April 23, 2018

The April 29 cover issue of the Book Review prominently features a rave review of State of Resistance . . .

Publishers Weekly Recognizes The New Press
By: dondi
April 4, 2018

The New Press finished 2017, its 25th anniversary year, with a bang.

By: dondi
March 28, 2018

Bernice Yeung is an award-winning journalist for Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting covering race, gender, and issues related to . . .

Mercy Is Possible, Even in Texas
By: dondi
March 15, 2018

Dear Fearless Reader,

The New Press Remembers Vicki L. Eaklor
By: dondi
March 13, 2018

VICKI L. EAKLOR (1954-2018)

Michelle Alexander, Future Lion of New York
By: dondi
February 20, 2018

Future Lions of New York [February 16, 2018 - New York Times] Since the legendary chaos of 1970s and ’80s, New . . .

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Rowan Moore Gerety
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February 15, 2018

The New Press is excited to introduce Miami-based Rowan Moore Gerety, author of Go Tell the Crocodiles: Chasing Prosperity in Mozambique. . . .

The New Press Remembers Gene Sharp
By: dondi
February 7, 2018

GENE SHARP (1928 - 2018)

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Natalie Hopkinson
By: dondi
January 23, 2018

“Natalie Hopkinson has an established reputation as one of the most sophisticated commentators on contemporary black culture.” —Mark . . .