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  • Book of the Day

    The Haunting of the Mexican Border: A Woman’s Journey

    Documentary Filmmaker Kathryn Ferguson focuses on the people she meets while making films, including the Raramuri tribe in northwest Mexico, laborers crossing the desert and the border to find work, and migrants caught up in detention centers.

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  • Crowdfunding Your Book?

    Authors Tell Us How It's Done

    A growing population of writers have discovered the great potential in soliciting the masses to help them with their dreams of publication. But not every crowdfunding campaign is successful. I interview three authors who were able to fund their books.

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  • Foreword’s Indie Book Stack Sweepstakes

    Following our mission to spread the word about great books from independent publishers and authors, we want to give you a chance to enter and win stacks of indie books. We’d like to announce The Indie Book Stacks Sweepstakes: Poetry Books Edition.

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  • Inhabit Media

    The North Star of the Inuit

    Once upon a time (2006) in a faraway land (Northern Canada), there lived a man who looked around his kingdom (well, constitutional monarchy) and saw the stories of its aboriginal peoples were fading into memory. That’s why he founded Inhabit Media.

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  • Getting Along With One Another

    Even as the concept of family has evolved, at least one thing has remained constant: the desire to improve the quality of life. From capturing romance to disciplining a terrible two, these books will lend a hand.

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  • Librarians of Change

    It's About More Than Books

    Librarians know books. That’s still true, of course. But they are also increasingly called upon to master skills that veer far from their original training. Some, like April Roy of Kansas City, need to be experts in social services.

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  • Bern Baby Bern!

    Lightning-Quick Bernie Sanders Bio

    Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has surprised everybody with jam-packed audiences ready to hear his brand of progressive politics. The first book-length analysis of Sanders’s ideas is being rushed into print by indie publisher Chelsea Green.

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  • Can't Beat This

    Cookbooks Do Things the Digital Food World Can't

    Pity the cookbook author. Bloggers rampantly reprint recipes without permission. But hold the tea and sympathy, because home cooks are still gobbling up books about food and cooking. Today’s cookbooks abound with beautiful design.

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  • INDIEFAB Early Bird

    Register Now for Book of the Year Award

    You have a great book, you're looking for some recognition, and you want a wider audience to fall in love with it. That's where Foreword's annual book awards program comes in. Enter now for a discount.

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