Posts Tagged: anthologies

The Rumpus Interview with Connie Wanek

By

Connie Wanek discusses her latest book, Rival Gardens: New and Selected Poems, the challenge of looking back at older poems, and what prioritizing writing looks like.

...more

Shocking the American Short Story

By

Three more anthologies published last year suggest that while the [short] story remains one of our most flexible popular literary forms, and the quickest to absorb signals from the culture, if we’re on the verge of another revolution, the shockwaves haven’t registered yet. Or perhaps the short story in America has matured to a point […]

...more

A Sci-Fi Anthology with a Mission

By

Racialicious links to a supercool Kickstarter for a project called Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements. They describe it as “an anthology of radical science and speculative fiction written by organizers and activists,” and they only need around $8000 for it. Plus the gifts look pretty sweet—for $20, you get a sci-fi […]

...more