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2018 Author Q&A: Kytle and Roberts's Denmark Vesey's Garden
  The New Press Remembers Bill Serrin
  Author Q&A: The Invisible #MeToos
  Mercy Is Possible, Even in Texas
  The New Press Remembers Vicky L. Eaklor
  Michelle Alexander, Future Lion of New York
  Author Q&A: Mozambique, Crocs, and Politics
  The New Press Remembers Gene Sharp
  Author Q&A: Muzzling Art
  Becoming Ms. Burton in Prisons and Jails, Wins Multiple Awards
  Age of Dignity Author with Meryl Streep at Golden Globes
  Controversial New Jim Crow Ban Lifted
 
2017 Chain of Title Author David Dayen Makes Splash in The Nation
  Noam Coen in the New Yorker
  Huffington Post Features Climate Swerve's Robert Jay Lifton
  Malala Recommends Stolen Girls
  New Press Books Snag Award and Nominations, Top Year-End Lists
  In a Day's Work Author Bernice Yeung of People #MeToo Leaves Out
  Untold Stories of Northern Slavery Shine in New York Times Review
  Not a Crime to Be Poor Making Headlines Across the Country
  25th Anniversary and 2017 Social Justice Night a Success
  U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse at Columbia Journalism School for Captured
  New Press Remembers Edward Herman
  Spring/Summer 2017 Reviews, Tours, and Author Accolades
  A Quarter Century of Publishing
  All-Star Book to Launch Spring 2018
  New Press Hosts Display Window Contest
  Oprah Tweets, 37.9 Million Listen 
  Reading with ... Ellen Adler
  Special Post-Election Catalog: Fearless Books for Perilous Times
  Ava DuVernay’s 13th Features New Press Authors
 
2016 Jane Mayer Honored with 2016 New Press Social Justice Award
  Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o and Charlotte McDonald-Gibson
  Gara LaMarche Elected Chair of New Press Board
  Michelle Alexander Receives 2016 Heinz Award
  Susan Burton Featured as Starbucks “Upstander” 
  American Book Award for We Too Sing America
  Frederick A.O. ("Fritz") Schwarz Jr. Joins New Press Board
  Brown Is the New White hits the New York Times and Washington Post bestseller lists
  The Lights of Pointe-Noire and The New Press win the French Voices Grand Prize
  The New Press remembers Henning Mankell
   
2015 The New Press remembers Henning Mankell
  Chain of Title named the latest winner of the Studs and Ida Terkel Prize
  Two New Press books win major awards
  Meryl Streep sends copies of Equal Means Equal to Congress
  The New Press to publish new works by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o
  The Ferguson Report to be published in book and e-book formats
  John Legend cites The New Jim Crow in Oscar speech
  Hold Tight Gently honored by the American Library Association
   
2014 Author Ai-jen Poo wins MacArthur “Genius” Grant
  Viviane wins French Voices Award; André Schiffrin honored by French Embassy
  Author Nancy Folbre recognized by the National Employment Law Project
   
2013 The New Jim Crow cited in stop and frisk decision
  The New Press receives a major grant for racial equity publishing from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  Studs and Ida Terkel Prize awarded to Hold Fast to Dreams
   
2012 The New Press receives a major education publishing grant from Kresge Foundation