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Dispatches from Gaza and a poet named Israel. A book of talented children and a book of sexually abused children. It's all here in Rumpus Books.
Nayomi Munaweera discusses Sri Lanka, its brutal Civil War, and writing a novel about two artists with their identities wrapped up in two different countries, Sri Lanka and America.
Kata Genç reviews The Children Act by Ian McEwan today in Rumpus Books.
Lois Bassen reviews Israel Horovitz's Heaven and Other Poems today in Rumpus Poetry.
Jacob Bacharach reviews The Book of Gaza, edited by Atef Abu Saif, today in Rumpus Books.
Graham Oliver reviews Cinderland by Amy Jo Burns today in Rumpus Books.
Writing the book on Gatsby, nostalgia for Land's End, and a new "American poetry playlist"—all in the Rumpus Books this week.
Barbara Berman reviews Diane di Prima's The Poetry Deal today in Rumpus Poetry.
Rainbow Rowell talks about her new novel, Landline, the writing advice she refuses to follow, and young adult fiction.
Hope Wabuke reviews The Amado Women by Désirée Zamorano today in Rumpus Books.
The Rumpus speaks to Sheila Heti, Heidi Julavits, and Leanne Shapton about Women in Clothes, a new collection of essays and art on the intricacies of femininity and clothing choices.
Anne Boyd Rioux reviewed So We Read On by Maureen Corrigan today in Rumpus Books.
Rebecca Schultz reviewed Fourteen Stories, None of Them Are Yours by Luke B. Goebel today in Rumpus Books.
I grew up in bars. There were a thousand of them in the sweaty little mill town in New Jersey where I was raised, and my father liked them all.
Julie Enszer reviews Erika Meitner's Copia today in Rumpus Poetry.
In Episode 6 of The Rumpus Late Nite Poetry Show, Dave Roderick sits down with poet Oliver de la Paz to chat about his new collection, Post Subject: A Fable, video games, dystopian movies, and his weirdest writing habit.
Gabino Iglesias reviews Between Wrecks by George Singleton today in Rumpus Books.
The Rumpus talks to Sean Michaels about his new book, Us Conductors, challenging a reader’s empathy, and a true, strange musical instrument: the theremin.
Patrick James Dunagan reviews Jack Hirschman's The Viet Arcane today in Rumpus Poetry.
Kim Fu reviews Your Face in Mine by Jess Row today in Rumpus Books.