Posts Tagged: palestine

What Appears to Be Fiction: A Conversation with Nicole Krauss


Nicole Krauss discusses her new novel Forest Dark, provoking questions about reality with her work, and trusting readers to think for themselves. ...more

An Erasure of Distance: Traveling in Circles with Nathan Englander


Nathan Englander talks about his new novel, Dinner at the Center of the Earth, the experience of being interviewed, and why he believes books can save lives. ...more

Color at the Mercy of the Light


What if I said: while people still believe they are white in America, that delusion, and the dream upon which it is founded, needs to be seriously examined. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Ben Ehrenreich


Ben Ehrenreich, author of The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine, discusses oppression, objectivity in journalism, and millennial politics. ...more

Fresh Comics #2: Transmissions from Beirut


What are the fundamental differences between telling your own story, telling the story of another, and telling your story about trying to understand someone else’s story?



The Rumpus Interview with David Bezmozgis


The Rumpus talks to David Bezmozgis about Israel, making fact into fiction, politics in novels, and his new book, The Betrayers. ...more