Posts Tagged: Rebecca Rubenstein
Rumpus interviews editor Rebecca Rubenstein recently launched a kick ass online literary magazine, Midnight Breakfast. The folks over at Vela Magazine were quite impressed with MB and Rumpus contributor Kima Jones‘s CNF piece, “The Aqiqah”:
“It’s always exciting to see a new literary site launch, especially when it includes complimentary original artwork.
They discuss how they make and sustain amazing and inspiring literary friendships amid the chaos of writing, day-to-day life, and everything else in between....more
Getting a postive Kirkus review is a big deal, and Rumpus editors are rocking it with their forthcoming releases....more
When we debate modernity, we tend to engage in all-or-nothing propositions. Technology is either wholly good or wholly destructive. Somewhere between these two extremes is where we will find the truth.
Writer Nelly Reifler talks about her latest book, Elect H. Mouse State Judge, the bodies of characters, weird writing exercises, and revisiting one’s childhood....more
Are you a fan of the Rumpus living in New York? Do you work in, or have ties to, the food industry, or maybe just some extra cash you’d like to give to some starving artists?
We’re looking to feed cast and crew while we shoot the Happy Baby movie, and donations of food or money for food would help us keep their bellies full....more
Halimah Marcus and Benjamin Samuel, the co-editors of Recommended Reading, discuss the ins and outs of editing an ambitious literary project....more