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Blog Post Archive

Angular Unconformity: Collected Poems 1970-2014 by Don McKay

Jim Johnstone reviews Don McKay's Angular Unconformity: Collected Poems 1970-2014 today in Rumpus Poetry.

Animalities by David Dodd Lee

Jessica Guzman Alderman reviews David Dodd Lee's Animalities today in Rumpus Poetry.

Welcome to Braggsville by T. Geronimo Johnson

Leland Cheuk reviews Welcome to Braggsville by T. Geronimo Johnson today in Rumpus Books.

“Adams,” from Life Is Short—Art Is Shorter: In Praise of Brevity

A (very short) story by George Saunders, with an introduction by David Shields and Elizabeth Cooperman, excerpted from Life Is Short—Art Is Longer: In Praise of Brevity.

The Do-Over by Kathleen Ossip

Julie Marie Wade reviews Kathleen Ossip's The Do-Over today in Rumpus Poetry.

The Rumpus Interview with Sarah Manguso

Poet Sarah Manguso discusses her new memoir, Ongoingness, graphomania, and how motherhood does (or doesn't) change being a writer.

The Imagination of Lewis Carroll by William Todd Seabrook

Shawn Andrew Mitchell reviews The Imagination of Lewis Carroll by William Todd Seabrook today in Rumpus Books.

The Monopolists by Mary Pilon

Kevin Canfield reviews The Monopolists by Mary Pilon today in Rumpus Books.

The Rumpus Interview with Skip Horack

Skip Horack talks about his new novel, The Other Joseph, blending research with fiction, and living with the “curse of the fiction writer.”

Barely Composed by Alice Fulton

Casey Patrick reviews Alice Fulton's Barely Composed today in Rumpus Poetry.

Girl In A Band by Kim Gordon

Matt Kessler reviews Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon today in Rumpus Books.

A Momentary Glory by Harvey Shapiro

Barbara Berman reviews Harvey Shapiro's A Momentary Glory>/em> today in Rumpus Poetry.

The Rumpus Interview with Elliot Ackerman

Elliott Ackerman discusses his debut novel Green on Blue, fighting with the Marine Corps in the Second Battle of Fallujah, and being labeled as a journalist.

A Bad Character by Deepti Kapoor

Kavita Das reviews A Bad Character by Deepti Kapoor today in Rumpus Books.

The Sellout by Paul Beatty

Luke Wiget reviews The Sellout by Paul Beatty today in Rumpus Books.

Return to Braggsville

Two authors take a trip that they did not take to a place that's no place (but could be anywhere) in Wiley Cash's feature on novelist T. Geronimo Johnson and his new book, Welcome to Braggsville.

The Sunday Rumpus Interview: Cristina Henríquez

Anna March talks with Chicago writer Cristina Henríquez about compassion, generosity, and her new novel, The Book of Unknown Americans.

Reliquaria by R. A. Villanueva

Kenji Liu reviews R. A. Villanueva's Reliquaria today in Rumpus Poetry.

Confluence by Sandra Marchetti

Michelle Donahue reviews Sandra Marchetti's Confluence today in Rumpus Poetry.

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