Foreword Reviews

Claire Foster, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Nathaniel & the Midnight Movers

by Claire Foster

Heists and aesthetic opinions abound in the hilarious Nathaniel & the Midnight Movers. If those sofa cushions could talk, it would be X-rated. Nathaniel & the Midnight Movers is a madcap comedy about a gay man coming of age in... Read More

Book Review

Becoming Dangerous

by Claire Foster

The twenty-one authors who contributed to "Becoming Dangerous" are witchy and wise, “a coven of weird women playing and sharing with one another.” This essay collection describes the many ways that women, femmes, and non-binary... Read More

Book Review

All Those Tears We Can't See

by Claire Foster

All Those Tears We Can’t See is a dramatic, cross-cultural coming-of-age novel set between two very different worlds. In Gita Audhya’s passionate multigenerational drama All Those Tears We Can’t See, a young woman navigates the... Read More

Book Review

Trail of the Warrior

by Claire Foster

"Trail of the Warrior" is a polished novel about the deep struggle of recovering from substance use. Four very different people share their stories of recovery from substance use in Trail of the Warrior: A Fable of Hope. The language of... Read More

Book Review

The Bird King

by Claire Foster

Wars may begin on the battlefield, but they end on a map. "The Bird King" is an exquisite fantasy about the end of Muslim sovereignty in the West, the power of desire to disrupt and transform, and how the privilege of naming can reshape... Read More

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