Rumpus Contributors Are Rocking the Kirkus Review!
Getting a postive Kirkus review is a big deal, and Rumpus editors are rocking it with their forthcoming releases. The review for Antonia Crane’s forthcoming memoir, Spent can be found here. Here’s a peek:
Definitely not for the sheepish, Crane’s graphic life spent navigating gritty gentlemen’s clubs and massage parlors doesn’t end with catharsis but with unrepentant contentment. A raw, searing self-portrait.
Gina Frangello’s new novel, A Life In Men, also warranted an amazing review:
Frangello’s ambitious second novel travels the world—to Kenya, London and beyond—searching for the kind of experiences that will validate two short lives. A stunning novel—Frangello’s broken characters live in a world of terror and redemption, of magnificent sadness and beauty.
To top it all off, check out the many features our interviews editor Rebecca Rubenstein has written for Kirkus!