Posts Tagged: fanzine

This Week in Essays

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Alexandra Wuest tackles grief, art, and the insights solitude can offer over at Fanzine. For Real Life, Eleanor Penny asks the big questions about and considers the implications of the creation of an artificial womb. Here at The Rumpus, Zoe Fisher recalls finding a radical sanctuary in her local library as a teenager.

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Introducing Vanishing Ink!

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Drawing inspiration from the punk rock zine culture of their youth and a shared love of radio, The Rumpus’s own Allyson McCabe is teaming up with Kevin Wortis (Girlie Action Media) to bring you Vanishing Ink. It’s a digital fanzine/podcast that connects to music, culture, and memory. From one bartender’s no-holds-barred take on your last Tinder […]

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This Week in Essays

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At Granta, Deepti Kapoor’s observations on traveling the world draw her closer to home. At The Rumpus, Kaylie Jones writes on the ripple effect mental illness has on a family grappling with a loved one’s struggles. Danielle Jackson traces her literary heritage and the guideposts who helped her along the way for Lit Hub.

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Sound & Vision: Arthur Fournier

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Allyson McCabe talks with Arthur Fournier, an independent dealer of books, serials, manuscripts, and archives, about how he developed his niche, and how digital access has both enriched and complicated the work of archiving and collecting.

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Much Dying to Do

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Jenna Le reviews Vi Khi Nao’s new book of poetry, The Old Philosopher. While calling it “experimental” poetry, Le claims that Nao’s works are “readable,” with an “informal voice,” unlike much experimental poetry: There is a worldly, cosmopolitan sensibility at work here: in their use of line, image, and irony, Nao’s poems are reminiscent of […]

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Fanzine—Whoa!

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According to Goodjobbb, Fanzine is like The Rumpus for people living in Europe and the  American South. And we agree! Wait… They have a press and  have published a collection of Dennis Cooper‘s poems. I’m a huge fan of Dennis Cooper, particularly Frisk, Try, and My Loose Thread. And of those, particularly Frisk. This is […]

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