The Fearless Reviews of the Independent Press

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The Fearless Reviews offer eleven new write-ups of the best work of independent publishers for July-August 2006

The Fearless Reviews are back with eleven new write-ups of some of the finest recent work of the independent press for July/August. From our latest iteration, you can learn about:

  • a biracial adoptee's search for his family of origin and true heritage
  • the Book of Mormon in plain English
  • what's right with you
  • how to speculate perfectly
  • how the worlds of art and billiards can collide to get a guy framed
  • just how bad a protagonist can be and still have you rooting for him
  • the art of getting bent
  • the adventures in verse of an exotic musician
  • what a boy can learn from a talkative 500-year-old bird
  • the trials and victories of an inmate's daughter
  • a pony who just might belong in the World Cup

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There is also a new advertising opportunity at the bottom of each Reviews page. This is meant not so much for indie publishers as for anyone in a support industry who would like to be associated with the elegant & eloquent Reviews as a Sponsor for a full-year term.

About the Fearless Reviews

Every two months, we feature a batch of the best indie-press titles we've seen recently. Interested publishers should check our submission guidelines at


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