“Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against?” Marlon Brando’s character was asked in the 1953 film, The Wild One, to which Brando famously replied: “Whadda you got?” Well, fast-forward to the Internet age, and today’s rebels... Read More
Online Culture and the Origins of Intolerance
First, they got their thrills insulting people on an online messaging board called 4chan. Later, some began calling themselves by the now-familiar term "alt-right." Author Angela Nagle chronicles the history of this movement.
Book of the Day
To Lay to Rest Our Ghosts
What is remembered; what is missed; what will never be again—these are the things Caitlin Hamilton Summie holds in her deft hands, opening them to us and calling us to look, to taste, to feel.
Climate Change: How to Help
The climate is changing, but the ways we can help are growing. There are many paths to take; to find which one you should pursue, read one of these climate change books, reviewed in our July/August issue.
With 'Latin@ Rising' Release, San Antonio Publisher Continues to Soar
An independent publisher with an appellation as uplifting as Wings Press just sings ascent. With the 2017 release of Latin@ Rising, Wings has published the first ever collection of Latino science fiction and fantasy.
Focused, Skillful, Challenging
The Essentials of Short Storytelling
The collections featured here are culturally diverse and run the gamut of human emotion; beautifully crafted, they are sure to entertain, provoke, and inspire.
The climate is changing, but the ways we can help are growing. It seems that books are practically begging us to to... Read More
Our theme this month is #KnowledgeMatters for obvious reasons. At Foreword Reviews, it is safe to say that we are in favor of learning, in favor of giving and receiving information that is correct, and not incorrect—no matter whether... Read More
An independent publisher with an appellation as uplifting as Wings Press just sings ascent. But looking over the catalog of the San Antonio-based house—a list that includes such literary luminaries as Lorna Dee Cervantes, Rosemary... Read More
The novel may be seen as the pinnacle of literary art, but the short story may be more true to the way we remember our... Read More
Linda Ty- Casper’s Filipina and Filipina-American protagonists find that their struggle to discover their personal identity is complicated by events or memories of events that happened in their homeland. Memory plays a vital role in... Read More
Strange things happen in the worlds created by Elizabeth Crane. An unusually tall woman is sleeping on the shelves in a grocery store; “star babies’ have taken over the whole United States, except for Puerto Rico; an exclusive group... Read More
This month at Foreword, we are dedicated to convincing everyone that knowledge matters. From addressing conspiracy theories, to impassioned pleas from people on the front lines of fact-finding, we think the power of knowledge and the... Read More