MY NORTHEAST PASSAGE: Hope, Hassles and Danes by Frances Terry Fischer is an immersive, reflective memoir that takes you around a rapidly changing world. Check out what Jadidsa Perez has to say about this travel memoir.
SIT INS, DRIVE INS, AND UNCLE SAM: Coming of Age in the Era of Civil Rights and the Vietnam Draft by Bill Slawter asks us “What Should We Do Right Now?” Check out what Tucker Lieberman of IBR has to say about this historical memoir.
SO FAR FROM HOME: The Pearl Bryan Murder by Robert Wilhelm is a vivid true crime story that dives into the social and political climate behind a gruesome murder. Check out what Joelene Pynnonen has to say about this indie true crime book.
THE ANTHROPOCENE EPOCH: When Humans Changed the World by Bruce Glass is a terrifically important piece on the future of our planet. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say about this indie nonfiction book.
QUEER FORMALISM: THE RETURN by William J. Simmons is a modern, nonconventional look at queer and female-produced art in all its forms. Check out what Alexandra Barbush of IBR has to say about this indie nonfiction book.
THE UNDERSTORY: A Female Environmentalist in the Land of the Midnight Sun by M.E. Schuman is solemn, yet stirring—a memoir full of love for life. Check out what Audrey Davis has to say about this indie nature memoir.