Foreword Reviews

  • Book of the Day

    The Healing

    In The Healing, Hafiz tells her story in raw, unflinchingly honest prose, and the result is epic.

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  • Mapping the Territory Inside

    We’re all travelers. Every day, we traverse our interior landscapes whether or not our bodies cover new terrain or the same familiar routines. The memoirist’s gift the ability to note that movement and draw us into the moment with them.

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  • Book of the Day Roundup July 16-July 20

    Another week, another roundup!

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  • A Practical Guide to Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga

    Author Brendon Abram is a yoga purist with a soldier’s mindset.

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  • Where in the World

    Where in the world will be safe? What can we do? Read these six books from our July/August 2018 issue to find out.

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Mapping the Territory Inside

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

We’re all travelers. Every day, we traverse our interior landscapes whether or not our bodies cover new terrain or the same familiar routines. The memoirist’s gift is the ability to note that movement and draw us into the moment with... Read More

Book Review

Love War Stories

by Karen Rigby

Ivelisse Rodriguez’s "Love War Stories" is a bold collection that marks the shortfall between romantic illusions and reality. Here, love—abusive, storied, unspoken, obsessive, or enduring—is rendered in memorable forms. Whether... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup July 16-July 20

by Hannah Hohman

Behind These Hands Linda Vigen Phillips Light Messages Softcover $16.99 (300pp) 978-1-61153-259-3 Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon When a member of her family receives a terminal diagnosis, fourteen-year-old Claire Fairchild... Read More

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Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga

by Jessie Horness

Reviewer Jessie Horness Holds the Question-&-Answer Pose with Brendon Abram, Author of Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga The East-meets-West thing has been so mislabeled and abused over the years it ought to be retired, but that doesn’t... Read More

Book Review

Let the People See

by Mya Alexice

"Let the People See" is an engaging, comprehensive account of Emmett Till’s murder and its aftermath. In 1955, fourteen-year-old Emmett Till supposedly flirted with a white woman in Mississippi, and he paid the ultimate price for the... Read More

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Where in the World

by Barry Silverstein

There are more beautiful places on Earth than are truly fathomable. And yet, climate change is driving those places into further obscurity, overtaking them. Where in the world will be safe? What can we do? Read these six books from our... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup July 9-July 13

by Hannah Hohman

Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga A Practical Guide Brendon Abram North Atlantic Books Softcover $17.95 (152pp) 978-1-62317-224-4 Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon Accessible, well guided, pragmatic, and impactful: to describe... Read More

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Who Will Speak for America?

by Rebecca Hussey

Reviewer Rebecca Hussey Speaks with Stephanie Feldman and Nathaniel Popkin, Editors of Who Will Speak for America? In these times of Republican-Democrat hostility, the mother-of-all frustrations is the unwillingness of political... Read More

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