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But the problem of making fiction is just one of the many problems a reborn country must figure out.
Amina Guatier reviews The Mercy Journals by Claudia Casper today in Rumpus Books.
Lyz Lenz reviews How to Be a Person in the World by Heather Havrilesky today in Rumpus Books.
Andi Zeisler, co-founder of Bitch and author of the new book We Were Feminists Once: From Riot Grrl to CoverGirl, discusses capitalism, breast implants, pop culture, and feminism.
So many websites and posters for The Rumpus LO-FI Los Angeles Film Festival happening this Saturday, July 30. There’s the main page, where you’ll find a downloadable pdf program guide (just like a real film festival!). And there’s the eventbrite ticket page (use promo code “early” for 25% off.
Think about the stories you have inside that scare you. That’s what you should be writing.
Whitney Terrell discusses war, gender, and fiction vs. reality in his new novel, The Good Lieutenant, about a female soldier in Iraq.
Nathaniel Popkin reviews Dead People by Morgan Meis and Stefany Anne Goldberg.
Comedian Sara Benincasa opens up about her latest book Real Artists Have Day Jobs, adjusting to success, Venn-diagramming love, and the loss of Morley Safer.
Nina Schuyler reviews Pond by Claire-Louise Bennett today in Rumpus Books.
Courtney Allison reviews Losing It by Emma Rathbone today in Rumpus Books.
Blair Braverman discusses her latest book, Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube: Chasing Fear and Finding Home in the Great White North, gendered travel narratives, and the pressure to write about personal trauma.
Rebecca Johns reviews Neon Green by Margaret Wappler today in Rumpus Books.
The day the manuscript became Driving without a License was the day I said “yes” to the truth of my own life and coming-of-age experience as an undocumented immigrant.
Jeff Lennon reviews Thomas Lux's To the Left of Time today in Rumpus Poetry.
How do you work with a material that you don’t have trust in? I had to step away from it and find another way of articulating and I had to do it without words.
Siham Karami reviews Carina Yun's On Loving a Saudi Girl today in Rumpus Poetry.
Raphael Cormack discusses The Book of Khartoum: A City in Short Fiction, a collection of short stories he co-edited and translated, the editorial process, and the responsibilities that accompany translating writing.
Amy Brady reviews Some Possible Solutions by Helen Phillips today in Rumpus Books.
Amy Rose Spiegel discusses her debut memoir, Action: A Book about Sex, carnal confidence, and the nuances of sex-positivity.