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Elizabeth Byrne reviews The New and Improved Romie Futch by Julia Elliott today in Rumpus Books.
Legendary technomodernist William Gibson, author of Neuromancer, talks about his latest book, The Peripheral, predicting the future, and how writing about Silicon Valley today feels like his early work.
One of the good things about being American is that at home I don't have to feel American very often. That layer of identity drops out... Traveling abroad, of course, the world insists, asks, Where are you from?
Linnie Greene reviews M Train by Patti Smith today in Rumpus Books.
It’s long past time to explode some myths about Indigenous Peoples, whites and Thanksgiving. For many of us in the US, Thanksgiving has become a day to reunite with friends and family, watch football and gorge ourselves on an enormous feast.
Suzanne Koven talks to author, critic, and activist Mark Bittman about his “Big Idea”—how food has changed in the last fifty years, and how to teach our children to eat better.
Penny Guisinger reviews Mot by Sarah Einstein today in Rumpus Books.
Amina Gautier reviews Mourner's Bench by Sanderia Faye today in Rumpus Books.
Sandra and Ben Doller talk about The Yesterday Project, a blind collaboration, and about what it means to savor each day when you have stage III melanoma.
Reading Ferrante is an intensely personal experience, and it’s disorienting to realize it’s one you’ve been having collectively.
Diana Arterian reviews Robin Coste Lewis's Voyage of the Sable Venus today in Rumpus Poetry.
Annie Liontas talks about her debut novel Let Me Explain You, crafting voices, and the benefits—and occasional pitfalls—of returning to get an MFA after years of writing in the dark.
Tara Merrigan reviews Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girls by Carrie Brownstein today in Rumpus Books.
AIDS isn’t over, but far too many think it is. Not everyone is haunted by remembering the dying, the friends gone gaunt, the lesions appearing, the artists dropping out of sight, the funerals, the lie-filled obituaries, the terrified waits for results of blood tests taken by nurses wearing masks and triple gloves.
McKenzie Tozan reviews Tracey Knapp's Mouth today in Rumpus Poetry.
Poet Jenny Johnson discusses her forthcoming debut collection, In Full Velvet, phobias, courage, the dual consciousness of queer lovers, and what it means to belong.
Mika Yamamoto reviews Bird by Noy Holland today in Rumpus Books.
Joseph Olshan reviews Lovesick by James Driggers today in Rumpus Books.
Prolific author Marian Thurm talks about her new collection of stories, Today is Not Your Day, being a true New Yorker, and the importance of sympathetic characters.
Damon Marbut reviews Ales Debeljak's Smugglers translated by Bryan Henry today in Rumpus Poetry.