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About a month ago, I found Seven Nights in a moving box. I sat down on the basement floor, started reading, and got flung back to that amazing train ride from Chicago to Houston.
Frederick Barthelme talks about his new novel, There Must Be Some Mistake, life after teaching, and why food from the Olive Garden is “execrable in the best possible way.”
Ryan Kauffman reviews Hemingway On a Bike by Eric Freeze today in Rumpus Books.
A.V. Christie reviews W.S. DiPiero's Tombo today in Rumpus Poetry.
Christen Leppla reviews Rainey Royal by Dylan Landis to day in Rumpus Books.
Brett Josef Grubisic reviews All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews today in Rumpus Books.
But check out the website for the novel Us Conductors. It’s probably a very good book, seeing as it’s published by Tin House, and we interviewed the author. Either way, the design and navigation of the site is stunning.
Kent Shaw reviews Harmony Holiday's A Famous Blues / Go Find Your Father today in Rumpus Poetry.
Why would a fictional character’s opinion about a city matter to me? Because Bernadette Fox says things like “I would laugh at the whole thing, but I’m too bored” and “Already I wished a Chechen rebel would shoot me in the back.”
Jenna Le reviews Eavan Boland's A Woman Without a Country today in Rumpus Poetry.
Brian Gresko reviews Exile in Guyville by Gina Arnold today in Rumpus Books.
Patrick James Dunagan reviews Richard Sieburth's translation of Louise Labé's Love Sonnets and Elegies today in Rumpus Poetry.
Wayne Harrison discusses his debut novel, The Spark and the Drive, fiction, working as a correctional officer, and Carl Benz's three-wheeled Motor Car.
Amy Pence reviews The TV Sutras by Dodie Bellamy today in Rumpus Books.
Leland Cheuk reviews Alphabet and Paradise and Elsewhere by Kathy Page today in Rumpus Books.
Rebecca Makkai talks about ghosts, teaching, chronology in writing, and her new novel, The Hundred-Year House.
The story of how I wrote my second novel begins in 1999, when my four-year-old daughter Anna had a minor accident that caused massive intercranial bleeding.
Tariq al Haydar reviews Alice Friman's The View from Saturn today in Rumpus Poetry.
Jeff VanderMeer discusses the environment, his childhood, and the conception and conclusion of his Southern Reach Trilogy.
Jonathan Russell Clark reviews Twenty Poems That Could Save America and Other Essays by Tony Hoagland today in Rumpus Books.