This is a vital, compelling call to better understand, protect, and care for veterans and military servicepeople.... Read More
Rosarium Publishing: Diversity is 'Simply Who We Are'
To Bill Campbell, Rosarium’s founder and chief, diversity isn’t about adding a few people of color, it’s something that "just is." We live in a multicultural world, so of course publishing should reflect that.
Book of the Day
At one time a giant of immunology, Elie Metchnikoff dropped into the back pages of history during the twentieth century. However, as understanding of the role of bacteria in the human body improves, his theories are returning to the forefront.
Top 5 Indie Histories for Spring 2016
Here are some top picks of books from our Spring 2016 edition that showcase the past as it was. These books go further than the simple events; they explore the topic thoroughly. Learn not just dates and numbers, but truly understand the topic.
Release of Daniel Clowes's 'Patience' Brings Comics Back into Public Eye
March marked the release of "Patience," (Fantagraphics), the first all-new graphic novel by Daniel Clowes in more than five years. Clowes is one of a handful of graphic novelists mentioned in noncomics media coverage.
The Politics of Presidential Masculinity
Jackson Katz’s new book examines one classic (presumed) cornerstone of the American presidency—and how assumptions around leadership and masculinity factor into intense political campaigning. Read our interview for his valuable insights.
I Use My Phone in Bookstores, but the Endgame is the Book
What I’m about to tell you, depending on how you feel about technology, may horrify you to your very core. One of the ways I primarily interact with books (besides reading them, duh) is with my phone. Cue the horror music.
New YA Imprint Focuses on LGBTQ Books From the Heart of North Carolina
The editors at Riptide Publishing will launch a young reader’s imprint with stories they’d like to read. "We wished we had these books when we were teens and questioning our identity," Riptide Publisher Rachel Haimowitz said.
Indie Authors Show They are Engines of Innovation
I’ve always gone to conferences ignoring the large displays and instead searching the obscure corners for real innovation. And I found it in the indie authors eagerly taking notes at self-publishing forums, quietly continuing the publishing revolution.
Foreword Announces INDIEFAB Finalists
Here are the finalists for our 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards, proving that quality does not need to come from giant publishing conglomerates. Take a look at these books and then dare tell us that the indie publishing revolution has not arrived.
The novel is in turn thrilling and thought-provoking, and has the makings of a powerful sci-fi franchise. In the year... Read More
Virden captures the ethos of the time perfectly, contrasting the rigidity of conservative social norms with spirited... Read More
A dystopian future in which ideas are policed and mind control is possible is at the center of this action-packed... Read More
This excellent, highly useful book discusses the whys and hows of investing in growing Chinese markets. How to Profit... Read More
Perhaps the first serious collector to recognize photography as a worthy art form, Samuel J. Wagstaff acquired more... Read More
Forget for a moment the several thousand oil rigs and the legacy of environmental disasters that mar your mental... Read More
What used to be the cause celebre of sailors, convicts, circus acts, and bikers now colors the flesh of 20 percent of... Read More