Yarbro takes a light step into the world of mystery with this book, delivering no gore, just Agatha Christie charm... Read More
Feast Your Senses
Mouth-Wateringly Beautiful Cookbooks
Here’s a crop of snappy new cookbooks that are bright with healthy flavors and tuned in to seasonal availability of highquality, locally grown and crafted ingredients. These contemporary projects respond to greater interest in more mindful eating.
Book of the Day
Tales of the Metric System
This portrait of life in South Africa is an innovative look at the transition away from apartheid, written with recurring and referenced characters, that combines the everyday with political turmoil to result in a thoroughly enjoyable book.
'South of Everything' is Foreword's INDIEFAB Editor's Choice for Fiction
With breathtaking description, the musicality of magical realism, and the winding nature of Southern stories, South of Everything made an immediate impression upon the editors at Foreword Reviews. We asked the author some questions about her work.
Editor's Choice Prize for Nonfiction is 'Cuba: This Moment, Exactly So'
Forget about leftover Cold War politics, forget about the cliché of the "frozen-in-time" automobiles---and just look at the people. That’s what photographer Lorne Resnick did when he photographed Cuba over the past twenty years.
Flower (Girl) Power
Princesses bring the glam--but what about the sense of purpose? Lynelle Woolley's children's series steps in to fill the gap between fantasy and diversity. In it, smart young flower girls learn the value of teamwork and of appreciating other cultures.
Berrett-Koehler is Foreword Reviews' 2015 Indie Publisher of the Year
Berrett-Koehler can be summed up in one word: Connection. It’s not the cynical, exclusivist "it’s all who you know" kind of connection, but it’s more the "we’re all in this together" sense of the word. They embody the best of being independent.
2015 INDIEFAB Winners Announced
Book of the Year Awards Honor the Best Books from Independent Publishers
Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards, judged by a select group of librarians and booksellers from around the country, were announced today at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Orlando.
Will Teenagers Save the World?
Katie Kennedy & 'Learning to Swear in America'
In time with summer blockbusters comes Katie Kennedy's new novel, in which 17-year old Yuri is tasked with saving the planet---or at least the West Coast---from an asteroid. We talked to the author about the book, a pulse-racing story with lots of depth.
What Is Literary Fiction? Try These 10
Literary is a genre that is difficult to define, but we'll give it a shot anyway. They're books that make you want to submerge yourself in the words, to peel back the layers and examine each one.
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