Foreword Reviews

  • Interview with Silas House

    Author of Southernmost

    Let’s get one thing clear: There’s no such thing as real Americans. We are one nation, one people, inseparable, united by a common set of ideals.

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  • Doing It Right

    With US debuts from established international authors to novels from emerging writers, this debut fiction feature has a deep bench.

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  • Discussing Word Magic

    Interview with Terry Griggs, Author of The Iconoclast's Journal

    This immensely talented writer readily admits to bleeding on paper, and then bleeding some more

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  • Interview with Sara Bir

    Author of The Fruit Forager's Companion, Ferments, Desserts, Main Dishes and More From Your Neighborhood and Beyond

    Whisk-wielding wizard Sara Bir, author of The Fruit Forager’s Companion (Chelsea Green), wrote one of the most delightful, unsuspecting cookbooks we’ve seen in a long time.

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  • Interview with Michael Smerconish

    Opinions are more balanced if you know both sides of an issue.

    When’s the last time you decided to read something political knowing it would anger you?

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Doing It Right

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Emotional and physical risks court an awkward levity. Rural towns pool with unexpected darkness. A city reveals African... Read More


Book of the Day Roundup May 14-May 18

by Hannah Hohman

Small Moving Parts D. B. Jackson Turner Publishing Softcover $17.99 (384pp) 978-1-68336-782-6 Buy: IndieBound, Amazon Small Moving Parts is an emotive, atmospheric, and memorable tour de force. Not to be missed. In 1958, on a summer’s... Read More

Book Review

Enlightenment Town

by Katie Asher

Jeffery Paine’s "Enlightenment Town" is a witty, in-depth exploration of a unique place and its spiritual inhabitants. It doubles as a humorous and enlightening look at the world’s religions, many of which are represented in... Read More


Summer Resolutions

by Hannah Hohman

Every January 1st, people across the world set new goals and plans for themselves—resolutions for the new year. The joke is that we abandon our goals by February and go right back to our regular bad habits. To be realistic, this joke... Read More

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