Over the years, our publishing house has encouraged authors to find comfortable ways to welcome readers online. Many authors choose to do that through resource-rich websites. Working with web designer Michael Thompson, two of our new authors are debuting such inviting and practical homes on the Internet. In this article, we introduce Ken Whitt’s gorgeous new website that invites visitors to look up into the starry night sky with him—and imagine what might be possible.
Front Edge Editor David Crumm announces our first author book-launch via streaming—quite appropriate for innovator Craig Lemasters, the author of our newest book Unstuck: How to Unlock and Activate the Wisdom of Others.
Rabbi Bob Alper, the nation’s only active rabbi who doubles as a full-time comedian, is embracing the era of Zoom communities—and has adapted his professional performance schedule to this opportunity. In this column, he tells how he is reaching out through the Internet in several new ways.
Journalist and author Martin Davis tries a Go Fund Me strategy to develop a book about the wisdom of high school coaches, who have shaped millions of lives nationwide—men and women, black and white, famous and unsung heroes alike.
Dr. Anni Reinking is a vital part of the national conversation on race and racism, right now, mainly because she is a top expert—both as a noted scholar and as the White mother of a Black son. She can speak as an expert and as an educational consultant—and she can tell true stories that illustrate these issues drawn from her own experience. One way Dr. Reinking connects with journalists is via an online resource called HARO.