Author Essay

Where Are All the Female Monsters in Literature?

Theodora Goss, author of The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter, explores.

By THEODORA GOSS • 1 week ago
Bookshelf

7 Books About Outsiders

Jonathan Dee, author of The Locals, writes about the black sheep of literature.

By JONATHAN DEE • 1 week ago
Bookshelf

14 Books About Books

What do we talk about when we talk about books?

By • 4 weeks ago
Monthly Favorites

RIF’s Favorites of June 2017

Helping you sort out the best from the rest published this month.

By • 2 months ago
Author Interview

Following the Footsteps of the Characters in We Were the Lucky Ones

Author Georgia Hunter uses this interactive map to show where one Jewish family, separated at the start of World War II, ended up.

By • 2 months ago
Author Interview

In Conversation with Jillian Cantor and Georgia Hunter

The authors of The Lost Letter and We Were the Lucky Ones on the intricacies of writing historical fiction.

By • 2 months ago
Bookshelf

On Grit and Grittiness: Feminist Novels Set in the West

Author Jamie Harrison shares her favorite feminist tales of the American West.

By JAMIE HARRISON • 2 months ago
Author Interview

Interview with Natashia Deón

Read it Forward's editor Abbe Wright interviews Natashia Deón about her debut novel Grace.

By • 2 months ago