Foreword Reviews

  • Book of the Day Round Up

    October 15-19

    Another week, another round up!

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  • Reviewer Interviews Deni Ellis Bechard

    Author of White

    There is nothing simple about the way we internalize systems of privilege and power.

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  • Interview with Kate Inglis

    Author of Notes for the Everlost

    For the length of time it takes to read this interview, set aside what you know and let Kate Inglis tell you about grief from her perspective.

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  • An Interview with Author Robert W. Turner

    Professional football is on the hotseat right now, deservedly so

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  • Interview with Author Lisa Kohn

    Nearly all of us are vulnerable to powerful people.

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Book Review

Adult Teeth

by Jeff Fleischer

The characters in Jeremy T. Wilson’s excellent short story collection "Adult Teeth" are all facing significant life changes, and the outcomes are consistently surprising, entertaining, and revealing. In “It Don’t Get No Better Than... Read More

Book Review

House of Stone

by Mya Alexice

Novuyo Rosa Tshuma shapes the history of a family into a riveting, detailed novel. Following in the footsteps of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun, Tshuma crafts a political, historical tale of both a country at war and... Read More

Book Review

The Jungle

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In Calais, France, there is a horrifying encampment known as The Jungle that teems with people who’ve who fled wars and violence. Faced with overcrowding, police brutality, and political ennui, their dreams slowly fester. Residents... Read More

Book Review

Amreekiya

by Mya Alexice

Lena Mahmoud constructs a subversive story about love and marriage in her novel "Amreekiya", a feminist Palestinian project that follows its headstrong lead, Isra, through struggle and loss. This is a tense examination of what a marriage... Read More

Book Review

Better Times

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Moving from the recent past into the future, Sara Batkie’s short story collection "Better Times" traverses lives that are subtly or drastically twisted away from what is familiar. Mystery and surrealism underlie the mundane, their... Read More

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