MALIBU BURNING by Robert Kerbeck is an emotionally intimate, in-depth account of California’s most destructive wildfire. Check out what Sam Cohen of IBR has to say about this nonfiction book from MWC Press.
LIVING WITH AUTISM by Zachariah Atteberry is an honest, funny, and often heartbreaking account of what it’s like to live on the autism spectrum. Check out what Chika Anene has to say about this indie author nonfiction book.
ELEVEN AFTER ELEVEN by Jasmine Dine is a deeply personal poetry collection that delves into the darkest corners of human emotion. Check out what Joelene Pynnonen has to say in her review of this indie author title.
CELEBRATE PEOPLE’S HISTORY (2nd Edition) edited by Josh MacPhee is a collection of posters dedicated to passionate people who stand up for what they believed in. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say about this Feminist Press book.
TALES OF LITTLE EGYPT by James Gilbert is a rich collection of short stories offering insight into the American past and present. Check out what Steph Huddleston of IBR has to say about this Atmosphere Press book.
THE ILLUSTRATED BOATMAN’S DAUGHTER by Thomas Durwood is a wonderfully illustrated YA adventure packed with action, assassins, and female heroism. Check out what Chika Anene has to say about this indie author novel.
THE SCIENCE OF LOST FUTURES by Ryan Habermeyer weaves through the absurd to tell stories of human conditions and connection. Chest out what Joshua Ryan Bligh has to say about this BOA Editions short story collection.