There’s countless ways to assemble a collection of poetry, and there’s also the logical way: immerse yourself in one stimulating subject and use the poetic form as your method to ponder and explore. This week’s conversation is with... Read More
Reviewer Chats with Poet Cynthia Marie Hoffman
Author of Call Me When You Want to Talk About the Tombstones
There’s countless ways to assemble a collection of poetry, and there’s also the logical way.
INDIES 2017 Winners Announcement
Foreword is pleased to announce its 2017 INDIES winners!
Start at the Beginning
There is so much future ahead for young adults. So much life ahead, with infinite possibilities. These books represent that in the best way.
Interview with Editors of Short Circuits
Aphorisms, Fragments, & Literary Anomalies
“Short writing is capable of everything of which long writing is capable—except excess.”
The latest batch of cookbook recommendations reflect the renewed interest in traditional cooking and the soul-satisfying pleasures of communing with the ones we love around the dinner table.
Did you know that Patagonia publishes books? Not many people do, though thanks to the lush, consciousness-building titles that they’re releasing at a rate of five to eight books a year, awareness is growing. And for Patagonia, that’s... Read More
Hermann Hesse’s "Singapore Dream and Other Adventures" is a time capsule of Southeast Asia in the early twentieth century, as well as an intimate diary in which can be found the creative seeds that would germinate in Hesse’s later... Read More
Foreword recently announced the results of the 2017 INDIES Book of the Year Awards. In addition to the exalted list of Gold, Silver, and Bronze medal winners, Foreword Reviews’ editorial team pored through more than 950 nonfiction... Read More
The outstanding graphic novel "Illegal" tells the story of Ebo, a young boy from Ghana, and his long, dangerous, and unauthorized effort to immigrate to Europe. The book jumps right into the drama, opening with Ebo and a few others far... Read More
There is so much future ahead for young adults. So much life ahead, with infinite possibilities. These books represent that in the best way; that these protagonists are at the beginning of their stories with a whole expansive world ahead... Read More
In the opening scene of Cynthia Marie Hoffman’s "Call Me When You Want to Talk about the Tombstones", the author and her mother comb Rose Hill Cemetery in Mt. Carmel, Illinois, searching for family graves. Hoffman’s mother carries a... Read More
The winners of the 2017 INDIES Awards were announced on Friday afternoon and that popping sound you heard was sixty-four Gold medalists cracking open bottles of vintage Champagne. The INDIES judges and editorial committee go a step... Read More