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The reality is that there is privilege even within social justice movements.
Author Daniel José Older talks about his new novel, Shadowshaper, noir influence in urban fantasy, gentrification, white privilege and the publishing industry, and why we need diverse books, now more than ever.
Anita Felicelli reviews The Paper Man by Gallagher Lawson today in Rumpus Books.
Author Sarah Tomlinson talks about ghostwriting, her father and childhood, the tradition of confessional writing, and her new memoir, Good Girl.
Laura Turner reviews Wearing God by Lauren F. Winner today in Rumpus Books.
Melissa Febos reviews The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson today in Rumpus Books.
The notion that the truth about combat cannot be described in a book goes back to the American Civil War, at least.
Ann Van Buren reviews Paul Muldoon's One Thousand Things Worth Knowing today in Rumpus Poetry.
Jessie Carty reviews Sally Keith's River House today in Rumpus Poetry.
Paul Griner talks about his newest novel, Second Life, his just-released story collection Hurry Please I Want to Know, putting real life into fiction, and whether creative writing can be taught.
Lee Matalone reviews Hold Still by Sally Mann today in Rumpus Books.
Julie Marie Wade reviews Jessica Jacobs' Pelvis With Distance today in Rumpus Poetry.
Mark Danielewski talks about the "maddening energy of violence" and why he’s writing a 27–volume novel, starting with his first 850-page installment in the series, The Familiar, Volume 1: One Rainy Day in May.
Tara Merrigan reviews The Brothers by Masha Gessen today in Rumpus Books.
Anisse Gross reviews The Folded Clock by Heidi Julavits today in Rumpus Books.
In this interview with Anna March, Dasha Kelly talks about her new novel Almost Crimson and what happens "when your mother is the reason for everything but at fault for nothing".
Diana Whitney reviews Maggie Smith's The Well Speaks of its Own Poison today in Rumpus Poetry.
Tess Johnson reviews Deborah Landau's The Uses of the Body today in Rumpus Poetry.
Shulem Deen talks about his memoir, All Who Go Do Not Return, his life as an ex-Hasidic author, divorce and parenting, and how painful he found it to be cast out from the religious sect he'd belonged to for over fifteen years.
Angela Yuen reviews Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley today in Rumpus Books.