Rumpus editors share share new and forthcoming collections we’re especially excited about!
Tags: 13th Balloon, 44 Poems for You, A Nail the Evening Hangs On, A Sinking Ship Is Still a Ship, Adeeba Talukder, Alberto Rios, Amy Woolard, Anne Carson, Anodyne, Ariel Francisco, Arrow, Audra Puchalski, Barbara Jane Reyes, Be Holding, Benjamin Garcia, Birthright, Capable Monsters, Carl Phillips, Catrachos, Changtai Bi, Cori A. Winrock, Danez Smith, Deluge, Eduardo C. Corral, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, Eric Tran, Foreign Bodies, Forever War, George Abraham, Guillotine, Hafizah Geter, Heather McHugh, Hinge, Homie, Hot with the Bad Things, Huda Fakhreddine, inheritance, Jawdat Fakhreddine, Jenny Zhang, Jessica Q. Stark, John Freeman, Justin Phillip Reed, Kate Gaskin, Khadijah Queen, Kiki Petrosino, Kim Kyung Ju, Kimiko Hahn, Lara Mimosa Montes, LatiNext, Leah Naomi Green, Leila Chatti, Letters to a Young Brown Girl, Little Envelope of Earth Conditions, Living Weapon, Lucia LoTempio, Major Jackson, Mark Bibbins, Marlin M. Jenkins, Mary-Kim Arnold, Molly Spencer, Monica Sok, Muddy Matterhorn, My Baby First Birthday, My Name Will Grow Wide Like a Tree, Natalie Diaz, National Poetry Month, National Poetry Month 2020, Neck of the Woods, Norma Jeane Baker of Troy, Not go away is my name, Obit, Pale Colors in a Tall Field, Philip Metres, Postcolonial Love Poem, Queer Hagiographies, Rick Barot, Roger Allen, ross gay, Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Roy G. Guzmán, Sarah Ruhl, Savage Pageant, Shahr-e-jaanaan: The City of the Beloved, Shrapnel Maps, Sumita Chakraborty, Taylor Johnson, That Was Now This Is Then, The Absurd Man, The Breakbeat Poets Vol. 4, The Fish & The Dove, The Galleons, The Gutter Spread Guide to Prayer, The Malevolent Volume, The More Extravagant Feast, The Park, The Sky That Denied Me, The Tilt Torn Away from the Seasons, Thea Matthews, Thresholes, Thrown in the Throat, Tracy K Smith, Un-American, Unearth [The Flowers], Victoria Chang, Vijay Seshadri, Whale and Vapor, What to Read When, White Blood, White Blood: A Lyric of Virginia, Yi Lei
Books releasing in the first half of 2020 that we can’t wait to read!
Tags: A Fish Growing Lungs, A Nail the Evening Hangs On, A Sinking Ship Is Still a Ship, Alberto Rios, Alexandra Chang, Alice Notley, All Adults Here, All My Mother's Lovers, Alysia Sawchyn, Apology to the Young Addict, Ariel Francisco, Before and After the Book Deal, Birthright, Brandon Taylor, C Pam Zhang, Carl Phillips, Carolyn Forche, Cathy Park Hong, Charles Yu, Chelsea Bieker, Children of the Land, Claire Comstock-Gay, Cleanness, courtney maum, Cynthia Cruz, Danez Smith, Days of Distraction, Deborah Paredez, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, Emily St. Mandel, Emma Copley Eisenberg, Emma Straub, Eric Tran, Erin Khar, Fairest, For the Ride, Foreign Bodies, Frances Cha, garth greenwell, George Abraham, Godshot, Guidebooks for the Dead, Homie, How Much Of These Hills Is Gold, If I Had Your Face, Ilana Masad, In the Lateness of the World, Include Me Out, Inconvenient Daughter, Interior Chinatown, James Brown, Jenn Shapland, John Freeman, John Murillo, Justin Phillip Reed, Katherine Silver, Kathryn Scanlan, Keep Moving, Kimiko Hahn, Kontemporary Amerikan Poetry, Lakewood, Later: My Life at the Edge of the World, Lauren J. Sharkey, Lidia Yuknavitch, Little Gods, Madame Clairevoyant’s Guide to the Stars, Maggie Smith, Maisy Card, María Sonia Cristoff, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Marie-Helene Bertino, Mark Doty, Maxine Mei-Fung Chung, Megan Giddings, Meng Jin, Meredith Talusan, Minor Feelings, Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, Monica Sok, My Autobiography of Carson McCullers, Natalie Diaz, Not go away is my name, Obit, Pale Colors in a Tall Field, parakeet, Paul Lisicky, Philip Metres, Postcolonial Love Poem, Quotients, Real Life, Rick Barot, Rift Zone, Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Samantha Irby, Sandra Meeks, Sejal Shah, Shrapnel Maps, Still, Strung Out, tess taylor, The Dominant Animal, The Eighth Girl, The Galleons, The Glass Hotel, The Gutter Spread Guide to Prayer, The Malevolent Volume, The Park, The Third Rainbow Girl, The Tilt Torn Away from the Seasons, These Ghosts Are Family, This Is One Way to Dance, Tracy O'Neill, Verge, Victoria Chang, What Is the Grass, What to Read When, Wow No Thank You, Year of the Dog
First, Brandon Hicks personifies a crucial part of all stories in “The End: A Biography.” Then, in the Saturday Essay, Lisa Ellison recalls the comforting presence of Molly Ringwald on her television screen alongside difficult memories of her mother’s drug and alcohol addiction. “Mom was our Molly,” Ellison says, “a natural redheaded princess who loved […]
Jeff Lennon reviews Alberto Rios’s
A Small Story About the Sky today in Rumpus Poetry. ...more