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Danielle Susi reviews Mary Biddinger's A Sunny Place with Adequate Water today in Rumpus Poetry.
Probably more than anything else, sheer curiosity propels readers through [Silvina Ocampo's] stories.
Amanda Silberling reviews Sean Bishops The Night We're Not Sleeping In today in Rumpus Poetry.
Writer Josh Weil talks about his novel, The Great Glass Sea, magical realism vs. science fiction, Russia’s experiments with mirrored satellites, his early days as an aspiring playwright, and how he uses fear as a fuel to accomplish his work.
Caleb Cage reviews My Life as a Foreign Country by Brian Turner today in Rumpus Books.
Robert Repino talks about his debut novel, Mort(e), the publishing industry, science fiction and literary fiction, writing about religion, and how to write about complex chemical ant languages.
Brian Ted Jones reviews The Revenant by Michael Punke today in Rumpus Books.
Alex Norcia reviews Mort(e) by Robert Repino today in Rumpus Books.
Joshua Davis talks about his new book, Spare Parts, backwards running, journalism, and entering the US National Arm Wrestling Championship.
Jeanne Obbard reviews Kirsten Kaschock's The Dottery today in Rumpus Poetry.
Writer, designer, and thinker Peter Mendelsund talks about book design, the tangled process of reading and perception, and his two new books, Cover and What We See When We Read.
Jacob Bacharach reviews Indigo by Clemens J. Setz today in Rumpus Books.
D. Gilson reviews Caki Wilkinson's The Wynona Stone Poems today in Rumpus Poetry.
Diksha Basu reviews What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding by Kristin Newman today in Rumpus Books.
Muriel Spark and the perennial question: “Am I a woman or an intellectual monster?”
Matt Kessler reviews Edgewise: A Picture of Cookie Mueller by Chloé Griffin today in Rumpus Books.
Luke B. Goebel talks about his experimental novel, Fourteen Stories, None of Them Are Yours, his dark days in San Francisco, hands as blood-bags, and literary Ouija boards.
Shawnacy Kiker reviews Anthony McCann's Thing Music today in Rumpus Poetry.
In Episode 8 of The Rumpus Late Nite Poetry Show, Dave Roderick chats with poet Beth Bachmann about her new collection, Do Not Rise, Dolly Parton, and the demands of lyric poetry.
Zachary Tyler Vickers reviews Wasp Box by Jason Ockert today in Rumpus Books.