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Evolution's Edge Wins Outstanding Book of the Year Award!

by: EJ on 05/13/2009
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Evolution's Edge: The Coming Collapse and Transformation of Our World by Graeme Taylor has won GOLD in the Independent Publisher's (IPPY) Book Outstanding Book of the Year Awards in the category "Most Likely to Save the Planet". Evolution's Edge was specially selected from over 4000 regular entries because it "exhibits the courage and creativity …

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Congratulations to our ForeWord Book of the Year Finalists!

by: Heather on 03/20/2009
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Congratulations to our four ForeWord Book of the Year finalists! ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards were established to bring increased attention to librarians and booksellers of the literary and graphic achievements of independent publishers and their authors. ForeWord is the only review trade journal devoted exclusively to books from …

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New Society Publishers IPPY Winners

by: Heather on 05/29/2008
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Congratulations to three of our authors who have just won "IPPYS" at the 2008 Independent Publisher Book Awards!

Richard Heinberg won a gold medal in Current Events for ´╗┐Peak Everything: Waking Up to the Century of Declines which looks at the world we will inhabit beyond Peak Oil.

Peak Everything

In the same category Clive Doucet took home the bronze for

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Guerrilla Gardening - Can You Dig It?

by: Heather on 04/03/2008
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David Tracey, author of Guerrilla Gardening, is the subject of David Henderson-Hean's documentary Guerrilla Gardens. Can You Dig It?, which recently took first place in the 5 Minutes to Change Your World documentary film contest. To view the award-winning film click here (warning - takes a few minutes to load and requires Quicktime).

What is …

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We're back! And better than ever (or at least faster)...

by: Heather on 01/31/2008
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A brief blogging break turned into a week's hiatus while New Society's website was migrated to a zippy new server - now our page loads (which were previously happening at the speed of erosion) are as fast as the blink of an eye! We hope this will make the site more user-friendly for everyone - I know it's already making a huge difference in my …

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