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Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Richard Ford discusses his new book, Let Me Be Frank With You, how metaphor shapes our world, and why he doesn't like the idea he has a battery to recharge.
Woody Brown reviews Sweetness #9 by Stephan Eirik Clark today in Rumpus Books.
Chris Lites reviews The Peripheral by William Gibson today in Rumpus Books.
Erin Belieu is the author of four poetry collections from Copper Canyon Press: Infanta, selected for the National Poetry Series; One Above & One Below, winner of the Midland Author Prize; Black Box, finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize; and Slant Six, which just received a coveted starred reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly.
Kenji Liu reviews Eugenia Leigh's Blood, Sparrows and Sparrows today in Rumpus Poetry.
Suki Kim discusses her new memoir, Without You, There Is No Us, going undercover for research, growing up as an immigrant to the U.S., and spending six months trapped in North Korea.
Melissa Adamo reviews Andrea Bennett's Canoodlerstoday in Rumpus Poetry.
Even now, writing in Manhattan, my heart beats faster recalling that initial meeting. Oddly enough, the first word that came to my mind was beauty.
Ted McLoof reviews In the Course of Human Events by Mike Harvkey today in Rumpus Books.
Joan Didion's "Goodbye to All That" has spawned a new literary genre: the personal screed about loving (or leaving) New York City.
Julie Lawson Timmer discusses her novel, Five Days Left, right-to-die cases, Huntington’s disease, and fiction and illness.
Samantha Claire Updegrave reviews My Body Is a Book of Rules by Elissa Washuta today in Rumpus Books.
Grief can flatten you. What is its purpose?
Jeannine Hall Gailey reviews Jericho Brown's The New Testament today in Rumpus Poetry.
Feroz Rather reviews In the Light of What We Know by Zia Haider Rahman today in Rumpus Books.
On Immunity author Eula Biss speaks to Suzanne Koven about mythology, personal freedom, and the history of vaccines.
Damien Ober discusses the Declaration of Independence, Internet viruses in the eighteenth century, and his new novel Doctor Benjamin Franklin's Dream America.
Kim Winternheimer reviews The Wilds by Julia Elliott today in Rumpus Books.
Julie Marie Wade reviews Lisa Marie Basile's Apocryphal today in Rumpus Poetry.
Molly Beer reviews On Immunity by Eula Biss today in Rumpus Books.