Posts by: Gina Frangello

California or Bust!

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This Sunday Rumpus happens to find me arriving in  original Rumpus stomping ground, San Francisco, where I’m thrilled to be reading at The Make-Out Room tonight with Janice Cooke Newman and Liza Monroy!  Master of ceremonies is San Fran and Rumpus Fave, Joshua Mohr.

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Welcome to Book Reviews Sunday!

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This Sunday, we’re pleased to offer four new book reviews, including our Sunday Feature, a more in-depth analysis of the United States’ immigration policies on cross cultural American families.  Happy reading!

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Next Sunday is a Book Reviews Extravaganza!

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On March 30, The Sunday Rumpus will celebrate spring with a bang, making sure you are at no loss for reading material!  Be sure to tune in to see a cornucopia of reviews from regular Rumpus reviewers, Anna March and Heather Partington, as well as a feature-length discussion of the timely and politically vital anthology Amor & Exile.

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Lit-Link Round-Up

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This is my second-to-last round-up before I go on hiatus for my book tour, which is a sprawling, insane thing that’s lasting until the end of April, on and off. That’s nothing, of course, compared to the duration of some tours (the fabulous Adderall Diaries tour, for example, that gave birth to the Daily Rumpus), but I have three kids so I’m a little strung-out about it all.

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Lit-Link Round-up

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Unveiling the new dates/site/faculty for Other Voices Querétaro, the writing program I run out of Mexico. Come join us June 27-July 6, with a hotbed of Rumpus alum faculty: Cecil Castellucci, Rob Roberge, Emily Rapp, Stacy Bierlein, and of course I will be there, doing individual manuscript consults and running around like a chicken with my head cut off, of course.

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Lit-Link Round-up

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Abby Geni of The Rumpus Book Club will be chatting with club members tomorrow…today we have the phenomenal Karen Bender talking with Abby to wet your whistle. (Um, I think I have been waiting my whole life for a chance to use that phrase!)

So I’m announcing it here before it debuts on our website once it’s updated within the month, but Other Voices Queretaro has added Emily Rapp and Cecil Castellucci to our 2014 faculty, which already includes Rob Roberge, Stacy Bierlein and of course…well, me.

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