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What to Read When You Want to Celebrate APIA Heritage Month

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Rumpus editors share a list of new and forthcoming books to celebrate APIA Heritage Month!

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Reality Is Absurd: Talking with Ted O’Connell

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Ted O’Connell discusses his first book, K: A NOVEL.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #219: Zak Ferguson

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“[I]t is an itch that needs to be scratched. To test. To push. To prove to myself.”

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How to Write about Nothing: Kate Zambreno’s Drifts

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But the evasion is purposeful, and the purpose is to marvelous effect.

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Who Has the Most to Lose?: A Conversation with Julian K. Jarboe

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Julian K. Jarboe discusses EVERYONE ON THE MOON IS ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL.

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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Ariel Francisco

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Ariel Francisco discusses his new poetry collection, A SINKING SHIP IS STILL A SHIP.

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Moments of Reawakening: Talking with Cathy Park Hong

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Cathy Park Hong discusses MINOR FEELINGS: AN ASIAN AMERICAN RECKONING.

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What to Read When You Just Want to Laugh

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Mia Mercado shares a reading list to celebrate WEIRD BUT NORMAL.

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A Tightrope Act: Frozen Charlotte by Susan de Sola

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It’s de Sola’s genuineness in portraying this tightrope act that is Frozen Charlotte’s chief virtue.

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C-Beams Glittering in the Dark: A Conversation with Cooper Lee Bombardier

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Cooper Lee Bombardier discusses his first book, PASS WITH CARE: MEMOIRS.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #218: Rufi Thorpe

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“It doesn’t matter your gender or your sexual orientation; you can disorder your eating.”

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Tracy O’Neill

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Tracy O’Neill discusses her new novel QUOTIENTS.

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Circuitous Journeys: Talking with Sejal Shah

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Sejal Shah discusses her debut essay collection, THIS IS ONE WAY TO DANCE.

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That Little Bit of Magic: A Conversation with Ramiza Shamoun Koya

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Ramiza Shamoun Koya discusses her debut novel, THE ROYAL ABDULS.

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What to Read When You Can’t Invite Your Queer Family Over for Dinner

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Miah Jeffra shares a reading list to celebrate THE FABULOUS EKPHRASTIC FANTASTIC!.

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Frenetic, Excitable, and Direct: Sylvie Baumgartel’s Song of Songs

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This poem lets her—the speaker and Baumgartel—be too much.

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The Mentor Series: Cynthia Newberry Martin and Pam Houston

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Cynthia Newberry Martin interviews her mentor, Pam Houston.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #217: Sue William Silverman

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“Our memories are always in flux.”

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Pursuing the Unattainable: A Conversation with Zaina Arafat

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Zaina Arafat discusses her debut novel, YOU EXIST TOO MUCH.

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Love and Loss in the Time of Pandemics: Talking with Paul Lisicky

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Paul Lisicky discusses his new memoir, LATER: MY LIFE AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD.

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What to Read When You Want to Celebrate Mothers

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Rumpus editors share a Mother’s Day reading list to celebrate mothers in all their complexity!

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Writing Small Moments: A Conversation with Suzanne Farrell Smith

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Suzanne Farrell Smith discusses her debut memoir, THE MEMORY SESSIONS.

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The Rumpus Interview Mini-Interview Project #216: Corinne Manning

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“I’ve never had a book happen to me the way WE HAD NO RULES did.”

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Poetry as Archeology: Talking with Roy G. Guzmán

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Roy G. Guzmán discusses their debut collection, CATRACHOS.

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Learning to Listen: A Conversation with Natalia Hero

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Natalia Hero discusses her debut novella, HUM.

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What to Read When You Need to See Someone Else’s Light and Darkness

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Carla Rachel Sameth shares a reading list to celebrate ONE DAY ON THE GOLD LINE.

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On Loss of Land and Loss of Girlhood: Taneum Bambrick’s Vantage

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Girlhood remains, like the land, a constant site of male fascination, desire, and violence.

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What It Means to Be a Human: Talking with Maggie Downs

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Maggie Downs discusses her debut memoir, BRAVER THAN YOU THINK.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #215: Traci Brimhall

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“Everything in my life is basically a scribble.”

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