Foreword Reviews

  • Book of the Day

    Laurentian Divide, University of Minnesota Press

    Sarah Stonich’s Laurentian Divide continues the story of northern Minnesota’s Hatchet Inlet, a vacation town whose residents are deeply rooted in a place dependent on transience.

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  • Reviewer Makes Peace

    with “Quite Mad” Author Sarah Fawn Montgomery

    Putting the story on the page has been a way to counter what for many years felt like imposed silence.

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  • Micro Living

    Interview with Author Derek "Deek" Diedricksen

    There’s a can’t-look-away, agapeness quality to viewing photos of tiny houses, as if we’re seeing someone’s most intimate space.

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  • Last Call for Frankfurt Book Fair

    Deadline: October 2, 2018

    Act now to send your title to the largest book show in the world.

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  • Atlas Obscura

    An Interview With the Authors

    Reviewer Michelle Anne Schingler Interviews Rosemary Mosco and Dylan Thuras, Authors of The Atlas Obscura: Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid.

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Article

Technology Empowering Authors

by Bradley Metrock

Q&A: Independent Publishing, Technology & Digital Book World 2018 with Bradley Metrock By Bradley Metrock, Digital Book World Bradley Metrock is CEO of Score Publishing, which owns and operates Digital Book World (DBW). DBW is the annual... Read More

Article

Book of the Day Roundup September 10-September 14

by Hannah Hohman

Summer Cannibals Melanie Hobson Grove Press Softcover $16.00 (288pp) 978-0-8021-2852-2 Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon Melanie Hobson’s Summer Cannibals is a vibrant, vicious family portrait in which three adult daughters... Read More

Book Review

A Key to Treehouse Living

by Meg Nola

In Elliot Reed’s captivating "A Key to Treehouse Living", William Tyce narrates the unusual and personalized glossary of his troubled young life. William was abandoned by his parents and transferred to the custody of an eccentric... Read More

Book Review

Summer Cannibals

by Meredith Grahl Counts

Melanie Hobson’s "Summer Cannibals" is a vibrant, vicious family portrait in which three adult daughters come home. The family matriarch, Margaret, has summoned everyone to rally around her very pregnant daughter, Pippa. The girls’... Read More

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