Posts Tagged: Spanish

The Experience Takes Its Shape from You: Talking with Naima Coster


Naima Coster discusses her debut novel, Halsey Street, getting pushback on her use of Spanish, and the importance of equity and inclusion in higher education. ...more

The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Eloisa Amezcua


Eloisa Amezcua discusses her collection From the Inside Quietly, bilingualism in poetry, and the connection between whiteness and yeast infections. ...more

Becoming Bodies


[W]e wanted something different from each other's bodies than what was actually there, which might be why our bodies sometimes came together. ...more

Setting aside Time for Magic: Talking with Myriam Gurba


Myriam Gurba discusses her new memoir, MEAN, her writing process, and why she has hope for patriarchy's dissolution. ...more

The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Achy Obejas


Achy Obejas discusses her new collection, The Tower of the Antilles, what she's learned from translating works of others, and why we should all read poetry every day. ...more

The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Erika L. Sánchez


Erika L. Sánchez discusses her new collection Lessons on Expulsion, pushing back against sexism and misogyny, being a troublemaker, and donkeys. ...more

Vincent Toro: Challenging Whiteness and Refusing to Be Colonized


Poet Vincent Toro on his debut collection, Stereo.Island.Mosaic, his writing process, and searching for identity. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Adam Morris


Adam Morris discusses Quiet Creature on the Corner, a novel he translated from the Brazilian by João Gilberto Noll, the choices he makes as a translator, and the unique narrative structure of Noll’s writing. ...more
Jesse Lee Kercheval

The Saturday Rumpus Interview with Jesse Lee Kercheval


I have learned to put myself, my ego, to one side and truly experience someone else’s poetry. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Antonio Ruiz-Camacho


Author Antonio Ruiz-Camacho speaks about his new collection, Barefoot Dogs, breakthrough stories, the writing process, and why translating his book for readers in Mexico feels like a homecoming. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Daisy Hernández


Daisy Hernández talks about her new memoir, A Cup of Water Under My Bed, feminism, bilingual writing, and working in both the fiction and nonfiction genres. ...more

Have a Seat at the BAR


Check out the sparkling first issue of the Buenos Aires Review, an online literary/cultural magazine aiming to cultivate the conversation between the Americas with pieces in English and Spanish from writers in both North and South America.

Some highlights include:

– “Bola Negra“/”Black Ball,” a short story by Mexican author Mario Bellatin (translated into English by Andrea Rosenberg) that has opera and film versions forthcoming.