Link, Mardi Jo
May 2013
ForeWord Reviews;Summer2013, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p112
The article presents the author's views on her experience of co-founding the periodical "ForeWord." She shares her experience of launching the periodical in the Spring of 1998 with co-founders Victoria Sutherland and Anne Stanton. She says that they used to get several boxes of books everyday and they could feel the changes taking place in the publishing world. She says that the periodical is celebrating its fifteen years in 2013, and things have changed a lot, although changes were never easy.


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