New Village Press

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New Village Press
StatusActive
Founded2005
FounderLynne Elizabeth (Director)
Country of originUSA
Headquarters locationNew York, NY
DistributionConsortium Book Sales and Distribution
Publication typesBooks
Official websitenewvillagepress.net

New Village Press is a not-for-profit book publisher founded in 2005 in the San Francisco Bay Area now based in New York, NY. It began as a national publishing project of Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility (ADPSR), an educational non-profit organization founded in 1981.[1]

New Village Press books address topics in the fields of social justice, urban ecology, community development and culture such as community arts, neighborhood commons, and participatory democracy.[2]

In 2006, New Village Press was selected as the "Best Small Publisher in the East Bay", by East Bay Express.[3] It partners with and is distributed by New York University Press.[4]

History[edit]

New Village Press originated as New Village Journal, a periodical published from 1999 until 2002, which focused on the revitalization of communities.[5] Originally based in Oakland, CA, New Village Press is now situated in New York, NY.

Recent titles[edit]

  • Growing a Life by Illène Pevec (2016)
  • Openings by Sabra Moore (2016)
  • Root Shock by Mindy Thompson Fullilove, New Village Press edition (2016)
  • Beginner’s Guide to Community-Based Arts, 2nd Edition by Keith Knight and Mat Schwarzman (2017)
  • The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race by Carl Anthony (2017)
  • Homeboy Came to Orange: A Story of People’s Power by Ernest Thompson and Mindy Thompson Fullilove (2018)
  • Conversations with Diego Rivera: The Monster in His Labyrinth by Alfredo Cardona Peña, translated by Alvaro Cardona-Hine (2018)
  • Works of Heart: Building Village Through the Arts by Lynne Elizabeth and Suzanne Young (2018)
  • Placemaking with Children and Youth: Participatory Practices for Planning Sustainable Communities by Victoria Derr, Louise Chawla and Mara Mintzer (2018)
  • In the Company of Rebels: A Generational Memoir of Bohemians, Deep Heads, and History Makers by Chellis Glendinning (2019)
  • Such a Pretty Girl: A Story of Struggle, Empowerment, and Disability Pride by Nadina LaSpina (2019)
  • Waging Peace in Vietnam: U.S. Soldiers and Veterans Who Opposed the War edited by Ron Carver, David Cortright and Barbara Doherty (2019)

Notable authors[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ About New Village Press
  3. ^ East Bay Express
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  14. ^ "Team". BAY TREE DESIGN. Retrieved 2017-07-31.
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  31. ^ "'What a shame': Polio activist shares how pity can be harmful to people with disabilities". TODAY.com. Retrieved 2019-12-04.
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  45. ^ "In 'Barefoot Artist,' Lily Yeh confronts painful past in her journey to heal communities through art". PBS NewsHour. Retrieved 2017-07-31.

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