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Robert Morgan Fisher reviews Hystopia by David Means today in Rumpus Books.
John Reed discusses Snowball’s Chance, his parody of Animal Farm, and the lawsuits, debates, and discoveries that followed the book's publication.
I realized that I’m interested in how people change when something terrible happens to someone else.
Jamie Brickhouse discusses Dangerous When Wet: A Memoir of Booze, Sex, and My Mother, a memoir that chronicles his intimate, near-fatal journey through alcoholism, and living HIV positive.
Kim Liao reviews Green Island by Shawna Yang Ryan today in Rumpus Books.
Garrard Conley, author of the new memoir Boy Erased, discusses growing up in the deep South, mothers, writing for change, and political delusions.
Angie Jabine reviews Movieola! by John Domini today in Rumpus Books.
Maya Solovej reviews The Last Samurai by Helen DeWitt today in Rumpus Books.
Danniel Schoonebeek discusses living a quiet life in the Catskills, the importance of travel, partying in the woods with poets, and how capitalism forces people to be cruel to each other.
Martin Moran does the solo show that became his new memoir, All The Rage: Purchase the book from Book Soup Related Posts: No related posts…
Cole Lavalais discusses her debut novel, Summer of the Cicadas, why she’s a huge fan of outlining, and the importance of dedicated communities for black writers.
I set off for Rome with my fiddle and a backpack, planning to busk as long as the tourists could stand it.
Lori Feathers reviews Barkskins by Annie Proulx today in Rumpus Books.
Brandon Amico reviews Solmaz Sharif's Look today in Rumpus Poetry.
Poet and writer Brian Blanchfield talks about his essay collection Proxies, touring in support of a prose collection versus a poetry collection, and frottage.
Lara Palmquist reviews Swallowed by the Cold by Jensen Beach today in Rumpus Books.
If we’re honest with ourselves, the great loves of our lives are often platonic.
Michael Sheehan reviews Proxies by Brian Blanchfield today in Rumpus Books.
Ravi Shankar discusses Singaporean poetry in the last fifty years, Hindu mythology, translation, and his complicated relationship to his heritage.
Patrick James Dunagan reviews the Io Anthology: Literature, Interviews, and Art from the Seminal Interdisciplinary Journal 1965-1993 today in Rumpus Poetry.