The Rumpus Sunday Book Review Supplement
It’s a Sunday, and it’s the day after Halloween. What makes for a better hangover than reading an excellent bunch of book reviews?
This week, Rumpus Books reviewed a collection of short stories, two novels, and a collection of poems by Louise Glück.
Iron Chef — A review of Tongue, a novel by Kyung-Ran Jo.
A Squared-Off Landscape Representing The World — A review of A Village Life, a collection of poems by Louise Glück.
A review of Sleeper’s Wake, a novel by Alistair Morgan.
Waterworld — A review of What the World Will Look Like When All The Water Leaves Us, a collection of short stories by Laura van den Berg.
Also, be sure not to miss Stephen Elliott on book tours, The Big Book Club by Wendy MacLeod, Kevin Nolan on what’s happened to newspapers, and Rozalia Jovanovic on The New Yorker Festival.