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  • Author Carries the Burden of Abuse

    April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The voices not heard are those of the children. To speak for them are authors like Alton Carter, who was abused and neglected as a child and managed to rise above rough beginnings and tell his story.

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  • What World Is This?

    Fantasies Double Down on Humanity

    Books have special powers—the ability to transport you somewhere extraordinary. This is especially true with works of fantasy. But in these eight fantasies, it’s the normal, everyday joes who are so entrancing, not the magic, not the supernatural.

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  • Authors, Don't Give Your Index the Finger

    It is said that if one does one’s job well, one becomes invisible. This is certainly true of the noble index, soul of the book and friend to the misbegotten. Yet we do not sing songs of our indexes. They are forgotten heroes.

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  • Cuban Sci-Fi

    Viva La Dystopia

    Cuba is not a place where you'd think sci-fi would thrive, but most good science fiction is usually a hidden commentary on our own societies. Under Castro, sci-fi was a perfect way for Cubans to describe their own particular present-day dystopia.

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  • Get Your Wild On

    Genetically, you've got the right stuff to do battle with woolly mammoths. Done any fight-or-flighting lately? These books will help you tap those special powers.

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  • INDIEFAB Early Bird

    Register Now for Book of the Year Award

    You have a great book, you're looking for some recognition, and you want a wider audience to fall in love with it. That's where Foreword's annual book awards program comes in. Enter now for a discount.

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