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5 more books by Romesh Gunesekera to read after Suncatcher
By: publicity
April 28, 2020
Earth Day Author Spotlight: A Conversation with Dahr Jamail
By: publicity
April 22, 2020

In celebration of the 50th Earth Day, we had a conversation with Dahr Jamail, author of . . .

Read an Excerpt from The End of Ice by Dahr Jamail
By: publicity
April 21, 2020

Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day being recognized as a global holiday.

New Partnership with Bookshop.org to Support Independent Bookstores
By: Derek
April 15, 2020

The New Press is proud to announce our partnership with Bookshop.org, a new online platform with a mission to help support brick and mortar . . .

The New Press Remembers John Prine
By: Anonymous
April 13, 2020

The New Press joins the world in mourning singer songwriter John Prine, who died last week of the coronavirus. 
 

Book Giveaway! Quarantine Reads
By: Derek
April 8, 2020

Last week on the blog we shared a list of six wonderful works that will transport you far, far away, all while staying hunkered down at home.

Long Distance Reads to Read from Home
By: Anonymous
April 2, 2020

Need to distance yourself from the current situation?  We’d like to recommend six wonderful works that will transport you far, far away.

Read an Excerpt from Suncatcher: A Novel by Romesh Gunesekera
By: Anonymous
April 1, 2020

The latest from internationally celebrated author Romesh Gunesekera, Suncatcher . . .

The New Press Remembers
By: Anonymous
April 1, 2020

It is with heavy hearts that we note the passing of members of The New Press community who have fallen victim to COVID-19.

Social Distancing Doesn't Mean Giving Up on Social Justice
By: Anonymous
March 24, 2020

While many folks transition to working from home, let’s keep in mind the many others who don’t have the luxury of doing so, including the tens of . . .

12 Books to Read for Women's History Month
By: Derek
March 6, 2020
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A Conversation with Author Anne Kim
By: Anonymous
February 27, 2020

An exceptional new work of deeply-reported narrative nonfiction, research, and public policy, Abandoned: America’s Lost Youth and . . .

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