Posts Tagged: Eileen G’Sell
A self-described “actor’s director,” James Steven Sadwith has been writing, directing, and producing television movies, miniseries, and dramas for nearly three decades—and is perhaps best known for his work on the lives of Frank Sinatra and Elvis. But for Coming through the Rye, his first feature film for the big screen, Sadwith comes closer to home, chronicling in fictional form the journey he himself embarked upon as a youth....more
You may have noticed some recent changes to The Rumpus masthead.
First, the sad news. Mary-Kim Arnold, our fearless Essays Editor who took over for the inimitable Roxane Gay, is leaving to pursue other projects. We wish her all the best, and are excited to see what she’ll be working on next!...more
First, Brandon Hicks’s most recent comic provides a guidepost for the maturing male artist.
Then, in a cutting Saturday Essay, Eileen G’Sell exposes the forward-looking and regressive trends in advertising. Though Progressive’s fully-clothed and “offbeat” spokeswoman, “Flo,” is a step in the right direction, other advertisers seem to be balking....more