Posts Tagged: Lucy Corin

Next Letter in the Mail: Lucy Corin

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Our next Letter in the Mail comes from Lucy Corin! Lucy writes to us about her badass childhood friend J and what happened when she went searching for on the Internet and social media.

To make sure Lucy’s awesome letter reaches you so you can read the story of J, subscribe to Letters in the Mail before July 13!

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The Rumpus Interview with Wendy C. Ortiz

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Wendy C. Ortiz discusses her new book Bruja, what a "dreamoire" is, the magic all around us, and why she loves indices—and cats. ...more

Tin House interviews Lucy Corin

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Lucy Corin is on a roll. Her book, One Hundred Apocalypses And Other Apcoalypses is making the rounds and with 103 stories it has a long time to go before people are done talking about it. Check out this interview with Lucy from Tin House:

SJ: To go back to that idea of “owning where you’re standing”—what did that look like in writing the collection of apocalypses, which range pretty widely in terms of point-of-view, and voice, and relationship to character?

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The Rumpus At SF Lit Crawl!

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Tomorrow Night!

The Rumpus proudly presents: For We Have Fallen to Our Knees!

The Rumpus is excited to participate in the San Francisco Lit Crawl! Come see readings by: Lucy Corin, Saeed JonesMac McClelland, and Brian McMullen!

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SF Lit Crawl: “For We Have Fallen to Our Knees”

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The Rumpus proudly presents:

For We
Have Fallen
to Our Knees

SF Lit Crawl Phase 3: Saturday October 19th, 8:30-9:30 p.m.

The Make-Out Room
3225 22nd Street
San Francisco

Readings by: Lucy Corin, Saeed JonesMac McClelland, and Brian McMullen!

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Weekly Rumpus Fiction: Lucy Corin

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The next Weekly Rumpus features fiction from Lucy Corin! Here’s an excerpt:

But the apocalypse is not the wobbling away.  The wobbling away is life persisting.  The apocalypse is him spinning, with the drink clink-clinking, delicate potential to go faster and faster, to drill a hole into the earth with his body-or-and-alternately, to dissipate centrifugally like rings through water, into droplets, into air.

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McSweeney’s Night of One Hundred Apocalypses

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Quick! Think of some apocalypses! How many did you think of? For Lucy Corin, the answer is one hundred, and some others. That’s why she named her book One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses.

To celebrate those myriad armageddons, come to McSweeney’s Night of One Hundred Apocalypses this Thursday at Amnesia in San Francisco!

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