The Rumpus Books Sunday Supplement
It was a good week at Rumpus Books. Come see what you might’ve missed.
Everything Tastes Better When It’s Precious — Gina Myers reviews The Hermit, Laura Solomon’s third collection of poems.
Philosopher Or Dog? — Padwa Viswanathan reviews Andrew O’Hagan’s novel The Life and Opinions of Maf the Dog, and of his Friend, Marilyn Monroe.
Looking For Hymns Of Seizure — Catherine Rzepniewski reviews Katharine Rauk’s collection Basil.
The Discerning Eye — John McIntyre reviews Rosamond Bernier’s new memoir, Some of My Lives.
What Began As A Love Letter — Antonia Crane reviews Warmed and Bound, an anthology of neo-noir fiction.
Oh hey, here’s an interview with Steve Almond.
Also here’s one with Salon’s Laura Miller.
Finally, a kick-ass interview with Will Potter.