Bookshelf

Celebrate the National Park Service’s 100th Birthday with Wild Reads

Pack a few of these in a knapsack and go find the nearest wide, open space.

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Against Borrowing Books

No, you can’t borrow that book, and no, I don’t want to borrow yours either.

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Alfred Hitchcock’s Literary Legacy

Read these novels inspired by the cinematic master.

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21 Novels About Being Trapped in Suburbia

White picket fences can hold in a lot of secrets.

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Author Essay

How Writers Mourn Their Dead Novels

William Lashner, author of The Four-Night Run, on those manuscripts stuck in the desk drawer.

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The Trouble with Reading Multiple Books at Once

Skipping between plots and characters like a playlist on shuffle.

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Beach Reads for Every Kind of Summer

Not all summer plans are equal, but wherever you're headed this August, we've got the book for you.

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The Artist’s Gaze: The Story Behind Marina Abramović’s Memoir Cover

In anticipation of the performance artist's memoir Walk Through Walls, RIF talks with her editor Tricia Boczkowski about the book's cover.

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