The Rumpus Books Sunday Supplement


Sunday’s the day to catch up with Rumpus Books.

O Circular Philosopher — Alexis Orgera reviews Circle’s Apprentice, poetry by Dan Beachy-Quick.

Grossman’s Magnum Opus — Bezalel Stern reviews To the End of the Land, David Grossman’s latest novel.

You Weren’t Born By Yourself — Danniel Schoonebeek reviews Middle Earth, a poetry collection by Henri Cole.

A Really Good And Interesting Book — John McIntyre reviews an anthology of drawings and photography entitled What the Hell Are You Doing? The Essential David Shrigley.

The Politics Of Narrative — John Reed reviews Huntington, West Virginia on the Fly, fiction by Harvey Pekar.

The Surreal Nature Of Real Life — Leland Cheuk reviews Post-It Note Diaries, a compilation of stories edited and illustrated by Arthur Jones.

I Was Living My Father’s Life — Be sure not to miss Artist Jason Novak‘s tribute to Nick Flynn’s Another Bullshit Night in Suck City.

Also, here’s The Rumpus Interview With Micheline Aharonian Marcom.

And finally, check out The Rumpus Interview with Carolyn Cooke.

Seth Fischer’s writing has twice been listed as notable in The Best American Essays and has been nominated for The Pushcart Prize by several publications, including Guernica. He was the founding Sunday editor at The Rumpus and is the current nonfiction editor at The Nervous Breakdown. He is a Dornsife PhD Fellow at USC and been awarded fellowships and residencies by Ucross, Lambda Literary, Jentel, Ragdale, and elsewhere, and he teaches at the UCLA-Extension Writer’s Program and Antioch University, where he received his MFA. More from this author →