Monthly Archives: January 2015
Consortium is going to ALA Midwinter! Come see us!
Consortium will be at Midwinter this week, and we’d love to see you! We’ll be at booth #4129. As usual, we’ll have author signings, galleys, and lots of swag! We’re bringing along a few publishers you should get to … Continue reading
Creatures of a Day
Creatures of a Day: And Other Tales of Psychotherapy by Irvin D. Yalom Yalom’s masterful storytelling, Creatures of a Day shows that the process of psychotherapy can create some of the most engrossing human dramas imaginable. Heartfelt, inspiring, and endlessly … Continue reading
Kirkus Reviews Seaver the Weaver from Mighty Media Press
“A web designer of the eight-legged sort experiments with geometric shapes in the face of pressure from his many conformist sibs. Being an orb spider, Seaver should weave round webs—but patterns in the starry sky inspire him to try out … Continue reading
A Kirkus Starred Review for Sidewalk Flowers from Groundwood Books
A starred review from Kirkus is a wonderful way to start the New Year! We love this heartwarming wordless picture book releasing February 23, 2015. “A child in a red hoodie and a man on a cellphone navigate an urban … Continue reading
Rosie O’Donnell recommends The New Jim Crow on The View
On “The View” yesterday, Rosie O’Donnell recommended that everyone read The New Jim Crow from The New Press. Here’s the clip–start watching just before 4:10 — http://abc.go.com/shows/the-view/video/pl5554876/vdka0_ttf1h2nk The New Jim Crow By Michelle Alexander 978-1-59558-643-8 Trade Paper / $19.95 978-1-59558-103-7 Trade … Continue reading
Black Lives Matter
With the renewed request for justice and social change, The New Press recommends the following titles for librarians and library patrons. The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander $19.95 Trade Paper; 978-1-59558-643-8 The “explosive debut” (Kirkus) from a rising legal … Continue reading
THE END OF POWER by Moisés Naím Named by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as the inaugural title in the “A Year of Books” Challenge!
THE END OF POWER by Moisés Naím Named by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as the inaugural title in the “A Year of Books” Challenge! “I’ve found reading books very intellectually fulfilling. Books allow you to fully explore a topic and … Continue reading