Our theme this month is #KnowledgeMatters for obvious reasons. At Foreword Reviews, it is safe to say that we are in... Read More
With 'Latin@ Rising' Release, San Antonio Publisher Continues to Soar
An independent publisher with an appellation as uplifting as Wings Press just sings ascent. With the 2017 release of Latin@ Rising, Wings has published the first ever collection of Latino science fiction and fantasy.
Focused, Skillful, Challenging
The Essentials of Short Storytelling
The collections featured here are culturally diverse and run the gamut of human emotion; beautifully crafted, they are sure to entertain, provoke, and inspire.
Where Science and Religion Can Meet
Science and religion. There seems to be very little the two have in common, but it’s all in the way you perceive religion. And that is the theme of the latest episode of our IndieVoices podcast. We talk to authors who bridge this perception gap.
How to Be Anything: Young Adult Edition
The only thing these books have in common is the age group of their protagonists. Which is just how we like our young adult books. With any of these six books, reviewed in our July/August 2017 issue, explore what it means to be anything you want.
The Alternative Truth is Out There
'Truthers' Examines Roots of Conspiracy
Conspiracy theories are perpetual motion machines. If you don't believe them, you are either part of the conspiracy or have been duped by it. All it takes is some random person to put a made-up fact out there, and the machine chugs along on its own fuel.
No Shortage of Fuel for Love and Rockets
An Interview With Indie Comic's Creators
For over 30 years, Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez have been telling stories under the banner of Love and Rockets. From its modest beginning as among the first indie comics to gain significant attention, the title has become a repository for experimentation.
Introducing a Love of Books
For many of us, love of books began when we were young. It's wonderful to introduce children to a connection with books that could last a lifetime. So, for the love of books, and kids, here are sixteen books reviewed in our July/August 2017 issue.
A Spotlight on Wayne State University Press
75 Years as a Voice for Diverse Detroit
Wayne State University Press keeps producing books of great quality. Its location in Michigan, with its diverse climate, landscape, and people, have made it an important voice for the history, culture, and environment of the Great Lakes State and beyond.
An independent publisher with an appellation as uplifting as Wings Press just sings ascent. But looking over the... Read More
The novel may be seen as the pinnacle of literary art, but the short story may be more true to the way we remember our... Read More
Linda Ty- Casper’s Filipina and Filipina-American protagonists find that their struggle to discover their personal... Read More
Strange things happen in the worlds created by Elizabeth Crane. An unusually tall woman is sleeping on the shelves in... Read More
This month at Foreword, we are dedicated to convincing everyone that knowledge matters. From addressing conspiracy... Read More
Something happened along the way to the free-information utopia envisioned by the Internet’s pioneers. It became... Read More
In this incisive work, a veteran newsman explores modern media and why we have become so vulnerable to “alternative... Read More