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Patrick James Dunagan reviews The Collected Poems of W. S. Merwin today in Rumpus Poetry.
Irish writer Kevin Barry sits down for a chat about life in County Sligo, not knowing what your stories are about until years after you've written them, and the summer he spent in a camping trailer on a West Cork beach.
Matthew Pitt reviews Eric Lundgren's THE FACADES today in The Rumpus Book Review.
Nicole Walker reviews Shira Dentz's door of thin skins today in Rumpus Poetry.
Maureen Seaton sits down to discuss queering poetry, collaborating on collections, vacillating between literary genres, and why Audre Lorde's "Uses of the Erotic" is at the top of her credos.
Jason Edward Harrington reviews Andrea Pitzer's THE SECRET HISTORY OF VLADIMIR NABOKOV today in The Rumpus Book Reviews.
Anisse Gross reviews Hilton Als' WHITE GIRLS today in The Rumpus Book Reviews.
Sean Singer reviews Suzanne Parker's Viral today in Rumpus Poetry.
The prolific Stephen Dixon sits down with The Rumpus to discuss the endings of short stories, beginning with good lines, and his evasive history with editors.
Writer Sarah McCarry chats about girl friendships, holding down multiple jobs at once, and setting her novel, a retelling of the Orpheus myth, against the backdrop of 1990s grunge-fueled Seattle.
Camden Avery reviews Emily Dickinson's The Gorgeous Nothings today in Rumpus Poetry.
Stacie Williams reviews Allie Brosh's HYPERBOLE AND A HALF today in The Rumpus Book Reviews.
Writer David Schickler talks about his memoir The Dark Path, the equal pulls of religion and sex, and why having a sense of humor matters.
Scott Onak reviews Julian Hoffman's THE SMALL HEART OF THINGS today in The Rumpus Book Reviews.
David Peak reviews George Kalamaras's The Mining Camps of the Mouth today in Rumpus Poetry.
Canadian novelist Catherine Bush discusses the powers—and lives—of accusation, the close relationship between work and character, and the role of the social circus, at home and in the developing world.
Sasha Archibald reviews Tillie Olsen's TELL ME A RIDDLE, REQUA I, AND OTHER WORKS today in The Rumpus Book Reviews.
Catherine Carberry reviews Eduardo Lago's CALL ME BROOKLYN today in The Rumpus Book Reviews.
Author Rachel DeWoskin talks with her father-in-law, educator, writer, and activist Bill Ayers, about the private man behind the mythos and demonization of his public persona.
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