Michelle Anne Schingler

Michelle Anne Schingler, a former librarian and Hebrew school teacher, is the managing editor at Foreword Reviews. Her days are books, books, books; she knows how lucky that makes her.  Twitter: @mschingler

Book Covers and Their Paperweight Doppelgängers: An Online Art Installation

Chuck Wendig’s WANDERERS Should Be Your Summer Marathon Reading Experience

The Book Pyramid Exchange Is Coming for Your Children!

The Many Covers of Carl Sagan’s CONTACT

I Do Solemnly Swear: What Book Would You Choose for Your Oath of Office?

We rounded up some of bookish Twitters responses to the question: "If you weren’t allowed to swear in on a religious text, what book would you use?"

Read Your Way Across The Multiverse: 4 Indie Titles And More

What might be in another version of this world? Explore possibility with these recent and forthcoming indie books about multiverses.

RIP To Reading Alice Walker. Long Live THE COLOR PURPLE.

8 Nights of Jewish Books: A Suggested Hanukkah Reading (and Gifting!) List

We've got a list of eight great recent Jewish books here that you can go out and gelt immediately, or gift to your loved ones.

What Is Low Fantasy? Your Guide To The Subgenre

15 Bookish Things That Millennials Have Ruined

Stack "reading lists that only featured white men" next to Toys-R-Us and blood diamonds.