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Patrick O'Neil talks about his debut memoir Gun Needle Spoon, being big in France, the drug/recovery genre, and writing through trauma.
Rebecca Bornstein reviews Celeste Gainey's The Gaffer today in Rumpus Poetry.
Manash Bhattacharjee reviews Suvir Kaul's Of Gardens and Graves today in Rumpus Poetry.
Novelist Joshua Cohen gives an interview, digital, about his new novel, paper, but also digital, about the Internet, digital, subsuming the novel, even his novel, best on paper, Book of Numbers.
Coe Douglas reviews Pinkies by Shane Hinton today in Rumpus Books.
Samantha Duncan reviews zero to three by F. Douglas Brown today in Rumpus Poetry.
Dan Torday talks about his novel, The Last Flight of Poxl West, the role of fear in fiction, the fabrication of facts in a memoir, and about being “constitutionally unoffendable.”
Tom Andes reviews The Dream of My Return by Horacio Castellanos Moya today in Rumpus Books.
Connor Goodwin reviews Sphinx by Anne Garréta today in Rumpus Books.
Austin Bunn talks about his new story collection, The Brink,, his latest script for a short film, In the Hollow, working in multiple mediums, and why some novels read like early drafts of screenplays.
Suzanne Clores talks with novelist Christine Sneed about Paris, beauty, and her latest book, Paris, He Said.
Editor and writer Sarah Hepola talks about her new memoir Blackout, how gender affects alcoholism, writing about female friendships, and the writers who've influenced her.
Novelist Christy Crutchfield talks about her debut, How to Catch a Coyote, world building, inspiration, icky fiction, the role of mystery, and the marathon of novel writing
Parul Kapur Hinzen reviews The Ever After of Ashwin Rao by Padma Viswanathan today in Rumpus Books.
Molly Spencer reviews Sara Eliza Johnson's Bone Map today in Rumpus Poetry.
Anya Ventura reviews Three Kinds of Motion by Riley Hanick today in Rumpus Books.
In Yearbook #2, Alysia Abbott talks about her memoir Fairyland, a storytelling and community project for children of parents who died of AIDS, and how upsetting is can be to pour through old journals.
Leland Cheuk reviews Jillian by Halle Butler today in Rumpus Books.
Andrew Ervin discusses his debut novel, Burning Down George Orwell’s House, social media and writing, and how video games can serve as a way to understand the post-human world.
Elizabeth L. Silver reviews Ann Morgan's The World Between Two Covers today in The Sunday Rumpus.