This week, Rumpus Books reviewed a book on Girl Power and the music of the nineties, a novel about the American dream, and an homage to Sylvia Plath. Also, we interviewed comedienne Julie Klausner and Romanian novelist Dumitru Tsepeneag, and Steve Almond talked self-publishing. It was a busy week.
What The Girls Call ‘Murder’ — A review of Girl Power: The Nineties Revolution in Music, by Marisa Meltzer.
California Dreaming — A review of Model Home by Eric Puchner.
A review of The Plath Cabinet, a collection by Catherine Bowman.
Also, be sure not to miss this interview with Julie Klausner, Steve Almond’s essay on self-publishing, and the fourth installment ofThe Rumpus International Rivers interview with Romanian novelist Dumitru Tsepeneag.