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Charlie Atkinson reviews Jeffrey Skinner's Glaciology today in Rumpus Poetry.
Sarah Trudgeon reviews Gottland by Mariusz Szczygiel today in The Rumpus Books.
Forest of Fortune author Jim Ruland discusses his new novel, gambling addiction, and what happens behind the scenes at the casino.
Thomas H. McNeely reviews Wonderland by Stacey D'Erasmo today in The Rumpus Books.
Author Shane Jones talks about publishing, his new novel Crystal Eaters, and the freedom that comes with rejection.
Here it is! Your handy guide to all the books that we reviewed at The Rumpus this week.
Casey Thayer reviews Chloe Honum's The Tulip-Flame today in Rumpus Poetry.
Scott Onak reviews Nobody is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey today in The Rumpus Books.
Jeannine Hall Gailey reviews Matthea Harvey's If the Tabloids Are True Who Are You? today in Rumpus Poetry.
Molly Beer reviews THE FOUR WORDS FOR HOME by Angie Chuang today in The Rumpus Books.
E.B. Bartels reviews THE GIRL IN THE ROAD by Monica Byrne today in The Rumpus Books.
The trailer for the new collection, Worn Stories, a collection of stories about clothing and memory that has been edited by Emily Spivack since 2010. Contributors include Marina Abramovic, Greta Gerwig, Heidi Julavits, John Hodgman, Brandi Chastain, Andrew Tarlow, Piper Kerman, Maira Kalman, Sasha Frere-Jones,and others.
I didn't have any conscious intentions for the kind of protagonist Marjorie would be. She indulged every bad instinct. And it was glorious.
Julie Marie Wade reviews Joshua Young's The Holy Ghost People today in Rumpus Poetry.
In Episode 5 of The Rumpus Late Nite Poetry Show, Dave Roderick sits down with poet Daniel Anderson to chat about his latest collection, The Night Guard at the Wilberforce Hotel, finding the rhythm in lines of poetry, and baseball.
The True American is an intellectually agile and incessantly compelling portrait of post-9/11 America—of what we are and of what we might become.
Author Dani Shapiro talks about her latest book, Still Writing, MFA vs. NYC vs. life in bucolic CT, and the lure of Internet.
Charlie Atkinson reviews TC Tolbert's Gephyromania today in Rumpus Poetry.
Max Vande Vaarst reviews THE MAKING OF MIASMA by Henry Escaya today in The Rumpus Books.
Writer, editor, and photographer Douglas Cruickshank talks about retiring to Uganda, his new book Somehow: Living on Uganda Time, and the perils of writing about Africa as a Westerner.