Every marriage experiences periods of severe stress but only the most star-crossed face an explosive combination of heartbreak, trauma, sexual tension, racism, false accusations, and incarceration. Yes, dear reader, this is the set of... Read More
An Interview with Tayari Jones
Author of An American Marriage
Only the most star-crossed marriages face an explosive combination of heartbreak, trauma, sexual tension, racism, false accusations, and incarceration.
Reviewer Rebecca Foster talks to Trina Moyles
Author of Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism and the Fight to Feed the World
From domestic violence to drought, political marginalization to difficulty finding affordable land, women farmers face massive obstacles in the world’s most impoverished places, but still manage to feed millions using sustainable farming practices.
Secret New Orleans
Meet author Chris Champagne
Chris guides us to dozens of hidden, quirky, uniquely New Orleans-esque haunts of that fascinating city.
An Interview with Patricia Vigderman
Author of The Real Life of the Parthenon
Ancient lands and their artifacts live as much in our imagination as they do in marble and stone. Straddling centuries, they call to us with both questions and answers about history and our place in it.
Sexual Violence Survivors Speak Out
An Interview with Erin Mounton, Editor of Things We Haven't Said
Perpetrators are losing jobs and reputations, and, in many cases, going to jail. It’s about time, dammit.
Love is always in the air the moment the clock strikes midnight on Valentine’s Day. Decorations are found in every store, gestures are made in every couple, a cupid on practically every block. But it’s for a good reason—love is,... Read More
On Valentine’s Day love can feel like it’s…too much. It’s everywhere. If the presents in the stores look silly to you, the gushy looks make you gag, and the only thing you think Valentine’s Day is good for is the cheap candy... Read More
Memoirs can be some of the most compelling reading of all, and Jarrell’s I’m the One Who Got Away delivers in full as a beautifully written, captivating story. Foreword’s Ilyssa Wesche caught up with her for a conversation about... Read More
Another Olympics is upon us—cue the spectacle of precious medals and world-wide acclaim landing on the shoulders of young, skilled, hopefully dope-free athletes. They will be heralded as “heroes” and “inspirations” and all... Read More
An attitude of ’been there, done that’ is a half-baked approach to travel—as if every destination has but a handful of easily doable things to see. In truth, too many travel guides encourage this herd approach by writing about the... Read More
Ancient lands and their artifacts live as much in our imagination as they do in marble and stone. Straddling centuries, they call to us with both questions and answers about history and our place in it. Patricia Vigderman’s The Real... Read More
TRAVERSE CITY, MI, January 30, 2018— Magazine veteran Bill Harper recently joined Foreword Reviews as its associate publisher. Mr. Harper been in the media business for over forty years and has worked for several national media... Read More