Category: Literary Studies

Podcasts For Your Weekend!

Tales for Little Rebels on Against the Grain Wouldn’t it be nice if people learned as children about nonviolence, about rejecting bigotry and war, about social justice? Tales for Little… READ MORE

Children of the Left, Unite!

A fabulous essay on Tales for Little Rebels that appeared in the New York Times this Sunday deserves its own blog post. Caleb Crain writes: Financial behemoths have been nationalized…. READ MORE

Walt Whitman Wishes You a Happy Christmas!

For those of you with access to various university databases, you can now check out our complete archive of Whitman’s writings as an ACLS Humanities E-Book. Thanks, Walt! (Or if… READ MORE

A Party Fit for Little Rebels

NYU Press and the Tamiment Library & Wagner Labor Archives hosted a fabulous party for the editors of Tales for Little Rebels: A Collection of Radical Children’s Literature. Besides the… READ MORE

Everybody Loves Wendy

A very nice story about one of our favorite NYU Press authors, Wendy Chapkis (Dying to Get High, 2008). I worked selling subscriptions at the San Francisco Symphony. My arts… READ MORE

Chronic Rebels

The Chronicle of Higher Education interviews Julia Mickenberg and Philip Nel, authors of Tales for Little Rebels: A Collection of Radical Children’s Literature. The idea for the book came after… READ MORE

Better Read than Red

The Washington Post reviews Tales for Little Rebels: A Collection of Radical Children’s Literature, edited by Julia Mickenberg and Philip Nel. Check out the artwork from the book here or… READ MORE