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What to Read When Your Plate Is Overfull

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Elizabeth B. Splaine shares a reading list to celebrate DEVIL’S GRACE.

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How Hunger Changes a House: A Conversation with Lauren Camp

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Lauren Camp discusses her new poetry collection, TOOK HOUSE.

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Desire Makes Storytellers of Us All: Anthropica by David Hollander

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What a fitting end to the postmodern literary experiment. Or are we just getting warmed up?

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Holding Uncertainty: Talking with Teresa Carmody

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Teresa Carmody discusses her debut novel, THE RECONCEPTION OF MARIE.

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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Molly Spencer

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Molly Spencer discusses her new collection, HINGE.

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History as a Bridge to Belonging: A Conversation with Caroline Kim

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Caroline Kim discusses her debut collection, THE PRINCE OF MOURNFUL THOUGHTS AND OTHER STORIES.

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What to Read When: A Holiday Book-Gifting Guide

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Rumpus editors share their favorite books to gift to friends and family!

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Documenting Existence: Deed by Justin Wymer

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Wymer is grappling with survival, with the cost of the duplicity of identity.

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Embracing the Grotesque: Talking with Lisa Hanawalt

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Lisa Hanawalt discusses her new book, I WANT YOU.

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Beth Alvarado

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Beth Alvarado discusses her new story collection, JILLIAN IN THE BORDERLANDS.

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Revisiting and Reinventing the Body: A Conversation with Destiny O. Birdsong

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Destiny O. Birdsong discusses her debut poetry collection, NEGOTIATIONS.

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The Best of Brevity: A Roundtable Discussion on Flash Nonfiction

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With Deesha Philyaw, Jaquira Díaz, Danielle Gellar, and Torrey Peters.

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A Chorus of Voices: Talking with Melissa Faliveno

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Melissa Faliveno discusses her debut essay collection, TOMBOYLAND.

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What to Read When Your City Hasn’t Held Space for Your Community

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Kristen Millares Young shares a reading list to celebrate SEISMIC: SEATTLE, CITY OF LITERATURE.

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Still Wouldst Thou Sing: Nightingale by Paisley Rekdal

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Figures from antiquity—those masks of learned, privileged poets—are rendered utterly contemporary, down to earth.

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So That We May Move Forward: A Conversation with Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello

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Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello discusses her debut poetry collection, HOUR OF THE OX.

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The Rumpus Mini-interview Project: Andrea Bartz

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“And as those masks fall away, we get down to the shame and envy underneath.”

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Identity Politics and the English Language: Naoise Dolan’s Exciting Times

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Who “owns” the English language?

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Out of What Remains: Talking with Jacinta V. White

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Jacinta V. White discusses her collection of poetry, RESURRECTING THE BONES.

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On Relic and Recovery: A Conversation with Kimiko Hahn

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Poet Kimiko Hahn discusses her new collection, FOREIGN BODIES.

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The Hope of Time: Talking with Judith H. Montgomery

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Judith H. Montgomery discusses her latest poetry collection, MERCY.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project: Sarah M. Sala

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“A poem is like a vision test—its vision is either clear or it’s not.”

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