In "The Joy of Junk," the author goes back to her junking roots, sharing her collector’s passion and wisdom.
Berkshire Festival of Women Writers offers a month-long roster of authors, bloggers, and more, Including Julia Cameron, Rebecca Wolff, Melissa Holbrook, and Melissa Holbrook Pierson.
Verlyn Klinkenborg's latest book may be on writing, but we're giving away two signed copies of The Rural Life. Comment and you'll be eligible to win one.
Edward Tivnan interviews author John Kelly on The Graves Are Walking, his new, meticulously researched and compellingly told exploration of the Irish Potato Famine.
RI co-founder Marilyn Bethany interviews architect Peter Wheelwright on his first novel, As It Is On Earth, in advance of his appearance at Spencertown Academy's 2012 Festival of Books.
Sandisfield Then and Now by Ron Bernard takes an in-depth look at the 250-year history of this Berkshire town.
A video conversation with "Hero" author Michael Korda at his farm in the Hudson Valley.