The Rumpus Books Sunday Supplement
It was one hell of a week at Rumpus Books. Come see what you missed.
The Rats Are Not Doing Well — Anya Groner reviews Gerald Fleming’s second poetry collection Night of Pure Breathing.
The Singing Caryatids of Modern Moscow — Christine Neulib reviews Russian author Victor Pelevin’s latest novella, Hall of the Singing Caryatids.
Southern Enlightenment — Kevin Charles Redmon reviews two new collections from journalist John Jeremiah Sullivan and crime fiction writer Frank Bill.
The Memory Of A Coin — Kristina Bernard reviews Jeff Hoffman’s debut collection, Journal of American Foreign Policy.
In Defense of Translation — Christopher Lura reviews Professor and translator David Bellos’ book Is That a Fish in Your Ear? Translation and the Meaning of Everything.
Did You Hear About Bradley? — Karen Laws reviews Hal Niedzviecki’s new collection, Look Down, This is Where it Must Have Happened.
Why Brian Spears Chose T. R. Hummer’s Ephemeron for the Rumpus Poetry Book Club.
Tony DuShane interviews Jillian Lauren.
Elizabeth Buchanan interviews Dylan Landis.