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Anne Boyd Rioux reviews How to Be a Heroine by Samantha Ellis today in Rumpus Books.
The first time I caught him swallowing a fistful of pills, he convinced me that they were vitamins. And why wouldn’t I believe him?
Jessie Carty reviews Charlotte Pence's Many Small Fires today in Rumpus Poetry.
Writer, musician, and poet Christian Kiefer discusses his literary influences, the "beautiful, beat up, and weird town" that is Reno, and writing from the perspective of beasts in his new novel The Animals.
Chris Vaughan reviews Seiobo There Below by László Krasznahorkai today in Rumpus Books.
Samantha Claire Updegrave reviews How to Grow Up by Michelle Tea today in Rumpus Books.
Novelist Greg Baxter talks about living abroad as an American, writing his new book, Munich Airport, and why he doesn't buy the defeatist clichés that people use to define our world and time.
Eric Farwell reviews Mihaela Moscaliuc's Immigrant Model today in Rumpus Poetry.
Matt Tanner reviews Against the Country by Ben Metcalf today in Rumpus Books.
Melissa Adamo reviews Roberto F. Santiago's Angel Park
Poet, historian, and philosopher Jennifer Michael Hecht talks about Thomas Aquinas, Robin Williams, and her most recent book, Stay: A History of Suicide and the Philosophies Against It.
“The ecstatic love of a younger writer for the old writer he will be some day,” writes Nabokov, “is ambition in its most laudable form.” But this love is not necessarily reciprocal. “The older writer in his larger library…has nothing...Show More Summary
Gina Rodriguez reviews Night at the Fiestas by Kirstin Valdez Quade today in Rumpus Books.
Novelist Jamie Kornegay talks about his debut, Soil, life in Mississippi, writing humor effectively, and the geography of isolation.
Amy Pence reviews Love and Lies: An Essay on Truthfulness, Deceit, and the Growth and Care of Erotic Love by Clancy Martin today in Rumpus Books.
In letter-writing, we are not really talking, but the words represent the deep-heldness of our communication.
Linda Ashok reviews Sam Hamill's Habitation today in Rumpus Poetry.
Lee Matalone reviews After the Tall Timber by Renata Adler today in Rumpus Books.
Ben Fama talks about his first full-length poetry collection, Fantasy, the New Narrative movement, and the worst thing that could happen at the Chateau Marmont.
Tom Andes reviews The Ice Garden by Moira Crone today in Rumpus Books.