Swift Press is an award-winning independent publishing company that launched in June 2020. Part of the Independent Alliance, we publish fiction and a wide range of non-fiction.

New Releases

The Come Up

Jonathan Abrams

The essential oral history of hip-hop, from its origins on the playgrounds of the Bronx to its reign as the most powerful force in pop culture

Auld Acquaintance

Sofia Slater

Tense, moody and claustrophobic, Auld Acquaintance is the unputdownable debut by Sofia Slater

The House Next to the Factory

Sonal Kohli

The House Next to the Factory shows a changing India over three decades through the lens of one family and the house that they live in

The Age of Resilience

Jeremy Rifkin

The Age of Resilience is a wide-ranging look at the political, economic and cultural effects of the global shift from an economy based on efficiency to one based on resilience

The Gita: For Children

Roopa Pai

Unlock ancient wisdom and give kids the keys to confidence

Of Boys and Men

Richard V. Reeves

Of Boys and Men is a groundbreaking analysis of how the social and economic world of men has been turned upside down, leaving them adrift and underpowered

The Empress

Gigi Griffis

A dazzling reimagining of the courtship between one of history's most iconic and beloved couples: Sisi and Franz of Austria


Scott Turow

The scandalous new novel from the godfather of the legal thriller

Tokyo Nobody

Nicholas Hogg

The basis for the upcoming film Berlin Nobody, starring Eric Bana

An Everlasting Meal

Tamar Adler

A rallying cry to home cooks from award-winning food writer Tamar Adler

You’ve Been Played

Adrian Hon

How games are being harnessed as instruments of exploitation – and what we can do about it


The Shards Bret Easton Ellis

Bret Easton Ellis’ First Novel in Thirteen Years The Shards Publishes in January

LA, 1981. Buckley College in heat. The Shards tracks a group of privileged Los Angeles high school friends as a serial killer strikes across the city

Ellen Hawley’s Books for Pride

If anyone’s told you lately that the novel is dead, they haven’t been taking the pulse of LGBTQ fiction, which is not only alive but keeping some of the most isolated members of the community alive by offering them a connection. It brings them the news.