Favorite Activist Titles?

Parts per Million is in Book Riot this week! Read staff writer Marîa Cristina Garcîa Lynch’s post here. If you have a favorite activist fiction title, share it in the comments of the Book Riot page and next week, a post about the results will appear on the site.

Book launch! PARTS PER MILLION is now out

Forest Avenue Press welcomes Parts per Million by Julia Stoops into the world today! Robert Newman, author of The Fountain at the Center of the World, said: “Parts per Million effortlessly weaves the personal with the political in this relentless page-turner. Part psychological thriller, part hard-boiled noir, the characters are fresh, real and alive. With a lightness of touch and an […]

Parts per Million website features character bios

Julia Stoops, the author of Parts per Million, has created an elaborate wesite for her debut novel. Partspermillion.net includes what you’d expect: art about the book, a full event schedule, ordering information, and more. But it also includes character sketches, bios, excerpts from each of the characters’ points of view, and a photo gallery. Julia also created […]

COVER REVEAL: The Alehouse at the End of the World

Hurray! It’s another big day over at Forest Avenue Press, following The Rumpus sharing an excerpt of Parts per Million, Powell’s Books naming our press as one of its top 24 favorite small presses… and now a cover reveal!     Our designer Gigi Little wrote about creating this image over on her blog, so check […]

Excerpt in The Rumpus

  The Rumpus published an excerpt of Parts per Million by Julia Stoops, with original color art by Gabriel Liston. The scene is a protest, based on a real one held in Portland, Oregon, in 2002. Read the excerpt here. Parts per Million launches April 10, with events beginning on April 11.