Announcing The New Press Fall 2022 Catalog
By: Derek
August 16, 2022

The New Press is happy to share our Fall 2022 catalog, which . . .

Still Doing Life Open Exhibit
By: Derek
August 12, 2022
5 Essential Books by Howard Zinn
By: Derek
August 12, 2022

Howard Zinn would have turned one hundred years old on August 24 this year.

8 Unconventional Beach Reads for Your Summer Reading List
By: Derek
July 29, 2022

Whether by the ocean or on the neighborhood park bench, we think the best part of the summer season is reading outdoors.

Allow Me to Retort on Abortion
By: Derek
May 18, 2022

Elie Mystal’s New York Times bestseller Allow Me to Retort channels Mystal's trademark humor, expertise, and rhetorical flair to . . .

From Resilience to Resistance: Trans Kids and a History of Fighting Back
By: Derek
May 12, 2022
Independent Bookstore Day 2022
By: Derek
April 29, 2022

Saturday, April 30th is Independent Bookstore Day, a day to celebrate and show some love to the indie bookstores who provide an invaluable service . . .

11 Books on Climate and Environmental Justice for Earth Day
By: emily
April 22, 2022

The original organizers of Earth Day, celebrated in the United States on April 22nd every year since 1970 and globally since the 1990s, were . . .

The Best of 2021
By: Derek
January 7, 2022

The second year of the global pandemic was not without its challenges, but 2021 also brought extraordinary recognition of The New Press’s mission . . .

Marjoleine Kars, photo credit Tim Ford, UMBC
The New Press Congratulates Marjoleine Kars on the 2021 Cundill History Prize
By: Derek
December 2, 2021

The New Press is delighted that Marjoleine Kars has been awarded this year’s Cundill History Prize and . . .

What Is Critical Race Theory and Why Is It Under Attack?
By: Derek
November 18, 2021

To say that there is an ongoing debate over critical race theory (CRT) in the United States today is to miss the importance of what’s actually . . .

2021 Indie Bookstore Gift Guide
By: Jay P
November 18, 2021