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Julie Marie Wade reviews Mike Lala's In the Gun Cabinet today in Rumpus Poetry.
Novelist Christopher Boucher talks about writing so-called “experimental” fiction, both embracing and denying the metaphor, and apples.
Mary Vensel White reviews Inherited Disorders by Adam Ehrlich Sachs today in Rumpus Books.
E.B. Bartels reviews So Sad Today by Melissa Broder today in Rumpus Books.
Author Chanan Tigay discusses the complicated man at the heart of The Lost Book of Moses, the anxieties of writing true stories, how much to withhold from your reader—and tells a few jokes about creative nonfiction.
Survival is not always cute, politically responsible, mature, or sober. Survival is ramshackle, as is tolerance.
Bernadette Murphy on her forthcoming book, Harley and Me: Embracing Risk on the Road to a More Authentic Life, the challenges of selling a memoir, and life beyond "the suburban-wife-mother picture."
Graham Oliver reviews Ladivine by Marie NDiaye (translated by Jordan Stump) today in Rumpus Books.
Asali Solomon discusses her debut novel, Disgruntled, narrative structure, the mythology of memory and place, and returning to Philadelphia after years away.
Kea Krause reviews All Tomorrow's Parties by Rob Spillman today in Rumpus Books.
Robert Morgan Fisher reviews The Inventors by Peter Selgin today in Rumpus Books.
Kim Brooks discusses her debut novel, The Houseguest, her approach to character and historical narrative, and the value of engaging readers with larger social issues through literature.
Novelist Uzodinma Okehi talks with Jane Liddle about ambition and the never-ending hustle of being a writer.
In the second installment of The Read Along, Omar Musa shares how airplane delays can lead to productive reading sessions and how easy it is to get sucked into Internet wormholes about geodesic domes.
William Hjorstberg talks about his new book, the heady writing days in Livingstone, Montana, being a "Hollywood whore," and the finer points of Richard Brautigan.
Angela Qian reviews Cities I've Never Lived In by Sara Majka today in Rumpus Books.
Poet Terese Svoboda talks about her biography of the socialist-anarchist firebrand and modernist poet Lola Ridge, Anything That Burns You, and remembers a time when the political was printed in newspapers.
Genevieve Hudson reviews Tuesday Nights in 1980 by Molly Prentiss today in Rumpus Books.
Joshua James Amberson reviews Pretentiousness by Dan Fox today in Rumpus Books.
Cole Swensen, author of fifteen collections of poetry, discusses her work, walking, and her recent travels.