Author Essay

How Books Make Us Feel Less Alone

The author of How Could She remembers finding hope (and glamour) in the Vintage Contemporaries.


World War II Fiction for the Ages

Extraordinary novels that take their cue from an extraordinary time.

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Hair-Raising New Thriller Novels for Summer 2019

Page-turn your way through summer vacation with 26 heart-stopping plots.

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Monthly Favorites

RIF’s Favorite Reads of June 2019

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

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8 Books About Artists at Work

Change your perspective with biographies and memoirs about the lives of creative greats.

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What I’m Reading: Julie Buxbaum

Julie Buxbaum, author of Hope and Other Punch Lines, chats about books that explore the breadth of human emotion.

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23 Books for Pride

Celebrate Pride Month with an unbelievably good reading list.

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The Invisibility of Chronic Illness in Literature

Just because our illnesses can be invisible doesn't mean we should be.

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