New Press Approach Doesn't Shift In Wake of New Publisher

June 2006
Book Publishing Report;6/19/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 23, p3
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The article reports on the decision of the New Press, a not-for-profit publisher in the U.S., to hold their existing editorial or business approach under their new head Ellen Adler. The company releases books on inequality and other contemporary social issues and had an operating profit of about $6.5 million for 2006. Among its top titles for 2005 include "Teachers Have It Easy," by Dave Eggers, "And They All Sang," by Studs Terkel and more.


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