Paperback edition will include a new preface by the author that contextualizes the book since the emergence of #MeToo and #TimesUpMedia track record
HC edition garnered widespread attention and glowing reviews, including from including from the New York Review of Books, Washington Post, Bookforum, and Kirkus (starred review). FastCompany's "The 10 best books for battling your sexist workplace" BuzzFeed Books "8 New Books We Think You'll Love" "BITCHREADS: 15 Books Feminists Should Read in March" Platform:
Author's platform recently grew as news spread of the book being a Pulitzer finalist Works for ProPublica, which has 740k twitter followers and regular promotes their employees' books Endorsements:
"In a Day's Work is exactly what I've been waiting for--some serious attention to the great majority of sexual harassment victims, who aren't Hollywood stars but the low-paid women whom we depend on to pick farm produce, clean offices, and care for our children. Bernice Yeung's scalding expos� should dramatically affect the way we see women's abuse in the workplace.
--Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed
"This is a powerful work of investigative journalism that lifts the curtain on stories that have been hidden for too long."
--BuzzFeed "In a Day's Work shows us how to stamp out sexual violence: We don't have to reinvent the wheel; these women have been leading the way. All it takes is to join them."
--Bookforum "It can seem like an uphill battle to bring attention to the working-class victims of harassment, even though these women are often abused in starker and more brutal fashion than their counterparts in Hollywood...Yeung has helped correct this imbalance."
--New York Review of Books