The Rumpus Sunday Book Review Supplement
It’s been a real humdinger of a week at Rumpus Books. Come see what we have.
This week, Rumpus Books published reviews of two short story collections, a book of poetry, and two novels.
Poems for the Gmail Generation — A review of During My Nervous Breakdown I Want to Have a Biographer Present, a book of poems by Brandon Scott Gorrell.
Where Celebrities Go to Die — A review of Hell, a novel by Robert Olen Butler.
Sympathy for These Devils — A review of Reheated Cabbage, a collection of stories by Irvine Welsh.
A review of Reasons for and Advantages of Breathing, a collection of stories by Lydia Peelle.
Diary of a Young Survivor — A review of Mathilda Savitch, a novel by Victor Lodato.
Also, be sure not to miss A Quick Look at the Google Book Search Settlement by Nina Moog, and Wendy MacLeod’s essay Mourning the Book.