Foreword Reviews


    Hangdog Days: Conflict, Change, and the Race for 5.14

    “… chronicles the controversial method of “hangdogging” a climbing route and the debate that raged during the 1980s in climbing circles about this method.”

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  • Book of the Day Roundup

    April 15-19, 2019

    Our weekly roundup of the Books of the Day.

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  • Interview with Jeremy Scott

    Author of Women Who Dared: To Break All the Rules

    This week’s interview hearkens back to a time when bold, defiant, sexually adventurous women were scorned as “sexual delinquents,” …

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  • Interview with Danielle Ballantyne

    Foreword Editing's Lead Editor

    Foreword is pleased to announce an addition to its suite of services: Foreword Editing

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  • INDIES 2018 Finalists Announcement

    Foreword is pleased to announce the 2018 INDIES finalists!

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Book Review

The Rise of Winter

by Catherine Thureson

Set in a time and place when humans have already nearly destroyed the Earth once, Alex Lyttle’s "The Rise of Winter" is a richly imagined middle grade fantasy about a young girl who joins with a select group of animals to protect the... Read More

Book Review

Book Collecting Now

by Susan Waggoner

Matthew Budman’s "Book Collecting Now" is both an enthusiastic, clear-eyed look at book collecting in the digital age and an info-rich primer for those who want to begin, expand, or refocus their collections. Despite predictions, print... Read More

Book Review

Putting on the Dog

by Matt Sutherland

The earth provides us with the resources we need to stay alive. Unfortunately, making use of those resources usually involves doing damage—to the animals we sacrifice for food and clothing, and through the environmental degradation we... Read More


Book of the Day Roundup April 15-19, 2019

by Barbara Hodge

Dutch Girl / Audrey Hepburn and World War II / Robert Matzen / GoodKnight Books / Hardcover $27.95 (400pp) / 978-1-73227-353-5 / Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon / Audrey Hepburn, with her fresh innocence, gamine ways,... Read More

Book Review

Luca's Bridge

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Told in alternating English and Spanish, El puente de Luca is the timely tale of a family’s resiliency, strength, and devotion as they are voluntarily deported from the United States to Mexico. Emotions run high as Luca struggles to... Read More

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