Hi Forward Friends and Family, I wanted to give you all a head’s up that SPD is in possession of the remaining 127 copies of Forward. Those copies are …
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Hey everyone, Happy May 1st. It’s been a while since we did any Forward updates, but some news! 1) We’re currently sold out at SPD. I’m sending more bo…
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Hi Everyone, Thank you so much for your support and love for the Forward anthology. We had our official launch party at AWP. While I can’t speak for ev…
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Hi Everyone, Here’s the second e-mail. This is just for off-site events: The Forward Release Party is on Thursday, March 28th from 5:45-8 PM. It’s at W…
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So, first of all, even though it’s not a panel: The Forward Release Party is on Thursday, March 28th from 5:45-8 PM. It’s at Woody’s Coffee Tavern, 141…
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Dear Forward Friends, I don’t want to say too much about today’s story, “Wolf” by Madhvi Ramani. Part of it is because the first couple of times I read…
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In less than a thousand words, Yun Wei’s “How to Catch a Sun” grapples with big questions. What happens when a person wants to be extraordinary so much…
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It was a gray Sunday. Mist grew, blew off the sidewalks and streets, hissed out vents. Rain blanketed the city. It was a perfect day to hear a ghost st…
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Hello Friends, What is the glue of your Sundays? Is it writing? Is it reading everything you’ve been too busy to read during the work week? Is it your …
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Let us introduce you to another Forward contributor. Monterica Sade Neil is a medium, a queer, Black creative, a Tin House Scholar, and third-year MFA …
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We’re breaking with our usual schedule to take a moment to congratulate one of Forward’s contributors, Tyrese Coleman. Tyrese’s first book, How To Sit,…
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Sundays are for looking forward to the week ahead, they’re for reading and cooking complicated things that you probably don’t have time to do during th…
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