Reviewer Karl Helicher Interviews Melanie Morrison, Author of Murder on Shades Mountain. Of all the racial divisions in this country, one of the most enduring and discouraging is the percentage of white Americans who don’t see racism... Read More
Book of the Day
Return of the Sea Otter
Sea otters are impossibly adorable furballs, whose pup-parenting, shell-cracking antics make them ecotourism and aquarium superstars. Todd McLeish’s Return of the Sea Otter gives a more rounded portrait of these apex predators.
TUESDAY, MARCH 20
Reviewer talks Racism
Karl Helicher talks with Melanie Morrison, Author of Murder on Shades Mountain
Of all the racial divisions in this country, one of the most enduring and discouraging is the percentage of white Americans who don’t see racism as a problem.
Foreword Face Off
Reviewer Muses with David Tomas Martinez, Author of Post Traumatic Hood Disorder
When we find something special, like David Tomas Martinez’s Post Traumatic Hood Disorder, you can count on us to let you know.
Foreword Face Off
REVIEWER DISCUSSES MLK JR. WITH AUTHOR JOSEPH ROSENBLOOM
An interview with Joseph Rosenbloom, author of Redemption: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last 31 Hours, a fascinating look at “King’s final days,” as well as “all the historical momentum that was lost on April 4, 1968.”
Another week, another collection of fantastic books for us to share with you. Take a look at our list below and don’t forget to check back in each day to see which is the Book of the Day. War Mother Fred Van Lente Tomas Giorello,... Read More
Happy International Women’s Day! If you’re looking for a way to celebrate, we have an excellent suggestion. Read a book about women! Just take our quiz and find out which you should pick up first. Read More
Reviewer Camille-Yvette Welsch Muses with Poet David Tomas Martinez, Author of Post Traumatic Hood Disorder At Foreword, we love indie books from all genres—just as we love other edgy, indie-type stuff like oysters, foie gras,... Read More
This week there are fantastic books running as our Books of the Day. We have food, siblings, and surprisingly enough, a doppleganger to a book that ran last week. Read through the list here and be sure to check each one throughout the... Read More
For this final, hours-belated Black History Month post for February, we’re headed back fifty years to the final hours of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s legendary life. At the time, in the early months of 1968, King Jr. was focussed on his... Read More
The first English-language personal account of high adventure in the Caucasus, Arnold Zisserman’s "Twenty-Five Years in the Caucasus, 1842-1867" is a rare and important work. The book brings to life the voices of people who have long... Read More
Mama never said there’d be debuts like these, presenting new poets who arrive with unforeseen, indescribable gifts. Over the mountains of Tijuana at age five, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo’s journey included an MFA at the University of... Read More