NAI produces numerous publications, including a bi-monthly magazine, a quarterly newsletter, an academic journal, books, and workshop proceedings and programs.
You don’t have to be an interpreter to love Legacy, NAI's premiere periodical. With accessible, well-written articles, interviews, and stunning photography dealing with interesting and important interpretive sites, Legacy is a great read for anyone interested in natural and cultural heritage.
InterpPress publishes books that improve the profession of interpretation over the long term. Look here for a list of current InterpPress titles and guidelines on submitting manuscripts for consideration.
The purposes of the Journal of Interpretation Research are to communicate original empirical research dealing with heritage interpretation and to provide a forum for scholarly discourse about issues facing the profession of interpretation.