Newmarket Press

Newmarket Press
Parent company It Books (HarperCollins)
Founded 1981
Founder Esther Margolis
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location New York City
Publication types Books

Newmarket Publishing and Communications Company, and its publishing arm Newmarket Press, was founded in 1981 by President and Publisher Esther Margolis. Newmarket now publishes about 20-30 mainly non-fiction books a year, primarily in the areas of childcare & parenting, film & performing arts, psychology, health & nutrition, biography, history, business & personal finance, and popular self-help & reference. It has been a subsidiary of HarperCollins' It Books since 2011.[1]

Newmarket's list includes such popular and acclaimed books as the 2 million-copy bestselling What's Happening To My Body? series of puberty education books for boys and girls by Lynda Madaras; Suze Orman's You've Earned It, Don't Lose It; biographies of Condoleezza Rice and Buster Keaton; Daphne Oz's The Dorm Room Diet; Dr Georgia Witkin's The Female Stress Syndrome and The Male Stress Syndrome; Gene Hackman & Daniel Lenihan's first novel Wake of the Perdido Star; Stuart Avery Gold's international bestseller Ping: A Frog in Search of a New Pond; and Shalom, Friend: The Life and Legacy Of Yitzhak Rabin winner of the 1996 National Jewish Book Award in nonfiction.

In addition, Newmarket has created a successful niche in publishing books on film, theater and performing arts. Its entertainment list includes over 100 film books, tying in to 301 Oscar nominations, and 96 Oscar wins. Newmarket Press is especially noted for the illustrated moviebooks on such films as The Matrix; Dreamgirls; X2 and X-Men: The Last Stand; Gladiator; Moulin Rouge!; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; Chicago; Sense and Sensibility; Saving Private Ryan; and Dances With Wolves; and for its acclaimed Newmarket Shooting Script Series, including screenplay books on Little Miss Sunshine; Sideways; Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind; Magnolia; Traffic; Erin Brockovich; American Beauty; and The Shawshank Redemption, among others.

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  1. "HarperCollins Buys Newmarket Press". Publishers Weekly. October 24, 2011. Retrieved October 31, 2011.

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