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Sasha Archibald reviews In Praise of Profanity by Michael Adams today in Rumpus Books.
Nathan Webster reviews War Porn by Roy Scranton today in Rumpus Books.
Anuk Arudpragasm discusses his debut novel The Story of a Brief Marriage, the bombing of civilians during the war in Sri Lanka, documenting war crimes, and powerful Tamil women.
I don’t really get romance. Bring me fish or moose, not flowers.
Jesus Christ, this book is like, Toni Morrison/Susan Sontag good. This book is first viewing of Beyoncé's Lemonade good. This book is Simone Biles good.
Barbara Berman reviews Antje Katcher's Catechism New and Selected Poems today in Rumpus Poetry.
Rachel Hall discusses her debut collection Heirlooms, her mother’s experience growing up in a French Jewish family during World War II, and crossing genre borders in her writing.
Bradley Babendir reviews The Gloaming by Melanie Finn today in Rumpus Books.
I recently finished revisions to a novel I’ve been working on for years and have embarked on writing a new novel, in stories, Hazel Conquers the World. I’ve always loved the form and these are some favorites and masterful examples of the very specific craft of making each story stand alone and in service to the whole.
Max Ritvo passed away on August 23, 2016. Earlier this summer, he spoke with Sarah Blake about his debut collection Four Reincarnations, writing with and about cancer, and how language is a game.
With a mix of humor, agility, and insight, Jade Chang’s debut novel, The Wangs vs. the World (HMH Books, October 2016), tells a fresh immigrant story. Charles Wang has left his native homeland to become a successful businessman in America. The book takes us on a journey with his whole family as they navigate the ups and downs of fortune and travel across the US.
Ruth Joffre reviews Are You Here for What I'm Here For? by Brian Booker today in Rumpus Books.
Danielle Trussoni's new novel, The Fortress: A Love Story, is out today from Dey Street, an imprint of William Morrow Publishers.
Parul Kapur Hinzen reviews Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue today in Rumpus Books.
Maryse Meijer discusses her debut collection Heartbreaker, the importance of tension in writing, revision as a shield against criticism, and life as a twin.
Married authors Anne Raeff and Lori Ostlund, both winners of the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction, discuss their craft, their process, and the way they negotiate the give and take involved in sharing a vocation.
Julie Marie Wade reviews Aaron Smith's Primer today in Rumpus Poetry.
Leland Cheuk discusses his novel The Misadventures of Sulliver Pong, dark humor, cancer, morally corrupt characters, and his mother.
To lift the censorship, degradation, and foreclosure of girls’ fantasies, we may have to investigate the gendered limitations on how we think about early loves, impulses, celebrity crushes, and maybe, sexually stirring gentleman pirates.
Nina Schuyler reviews In Gratitude by Jenny Diski today in Rumpus Books.