Aimed at demystifying cannabis for new users, Nikki Furrer’s A Woman’s Guide to Cannabis promises beauty, well-being, and better health through regular cannabis use and offers advice for those willing to self-experiment. A cannabis... Read More
The Girl from Blind River
Crooked Lane Books
From corpses to counting cards, Blind River plays it close and smooth.
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From the Land of Nightingales and Roses
Maryam Sinaiee’s wonderful From the Land of Nightingales and Roses is highly recommended for the cook who wants to get out of their comfort zone and explore an ancient cuisine full of flavor, history, and beauty.
Four Phenomenal New Debut Novels
Adult fiction fans, you’re in for a treat.
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AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION MIDWINTER MEETING
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Foreword's Indie Press Collective Gets Results
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The creation of the Interstate Highway System under the administration of President Dwight Eisenhower opened a faster, more convenient passage across America, but, with its four-lane “freeways,” it also marked the death of its rural... Read More
Daniel Browne’s "In the Weeds" is set in Brooklyn, New York’s famously diverse borough of neighborhoods. In recent decades, Brooklyn’s status has changed; it is no longer shadowed by mighty Manhattan. Brooklyn is a destination of... Read More
In Maria Capelle Frantz’s affecting, allegorical graphic novel "The Chancellor and the Citadel", the Chancellor, a mysterious hooded figure with seemingly magical powers, protects a city’s citizens from their enemies. In the process,... Read More
Red Dove is the adolescent heroine of this thoughtful historical novel for middle grade readers set in the Dakota Territory in 1890-91. She is the daughter of a white settler and a Lakota Sioux mother, though she and her half-brother... Read More
Back again with more first-time authors from the Debut Fiction special section we featured in the November/December issue of Foreword Reviews. Today, we’re hearing from four novelists. Knowing that first books can be arduous, we asked... Read More
"Boomer Brands" is a sunny, nostalgic showcase of some of the beloved toys, foods, television shows, and consumer goods that formed such a huge part of that generation’s youthful memories. A former brand marketer, Barry Silverstein... Read More
Once again, we’re excited to bring some young readers into the studio (figuratively) to lob some questions at the author/illustrator of a fantastic new children’s picture book. Librarian/reviewer Pallas McCorquodale leads the way... Read More