Foreword Reviews

  • The Hidden Life of Life

    Interview with Author Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

    With thirteen books to her credit, peerless writing chops, an incredibly broad knowledge base, and a lifetime of careful thought, she is one of the very few people on earth who could have written this book.

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  • World Make Way

    New Poems Inspired by Art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    A compilation of eighteen works of art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Abrams Books, each paired with an original poem inspired by the piece.

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  • Interview with Bethany Morrow

    Author of MEM

    If you like your fiction buttoned-up and linear, get out your ten-foot pole.

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  • Interview with Stephen Strom

    Author/Photographer of Bears Ears

    For reasons political, environmental, aesthetical, and literary, we asked Jagareski to chase down Strom for a Face Off, and the two seemed to get along splendidly.

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    Meet Sarah Wyndham Lewis, Author of Planting for Honeybees

    She may be allergic to bee stings but that doesn’t stop Sarah from devoting her life to the betterment of Honeybees.

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Book Review


by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Rubik" is a novel of ghosts—those of memory, technology, relationships, emotion, and bodies—all of them permanently impermanent. Released into these terrains, characters disappear and reappear in strange ways or not at all, the... Read More

Book Review

Southern from Scratch

by Rachel Jagareski

Drawing from her Appalachian roots and degrees in nutrition, Ashley English’s "Southern from Scratch" shows how to stock your kitchen with whole-food goodness, from sweet treats in the freezer to sparkling jars of home-canned pickles.... Read More


Book of the Day Roundup April 16-April 20

by Hannah Hohman

Scissors, Paper, Stone Martha K. Davis Red Hen Press Softcover $16.95 (312pp) 978-1-59709-046-9 Buy: IndieBound, Amazon A compelling family drama resonant with feminist and queer issues, Martha K. Davis’s Scissors, Paper, Stone neatly... Read More


World Make Way

by Kara Hansen

MET Pairs Art with Poetry in Stunning New Children’s Book World Make Way: New Poems Inspired by Art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, edited by Lee Bennett Hopkins, is a compilation of eighteen works of art from The Metropolitan... Read More

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