Literary events taking place virtually this week!
Tags: Aaliyah C. Daniels, Adrian Matejka, Alice McDermott, Amia Srinivasan, Athena Dixon, Ayanna Thompson, Caoilinn Hughes, Carl de Souza, Carlie Hoffman, Chad Radford, Chen Chen, Daniel Lipara, Dave Connis, David F. D'Orazi, diane cook, Dominique Mielle, Edmund White, Fiona Mozley, Garnette Cadogan, Glennon Doyle, Jamia Wilson, Jane Delury, Jay Coles, Jayne Allen, Jeannie Vanasco, Jeffrey Zuckerman, Jill Lousie Busby, John Domini, John Freeman, john lurie, Josh Radnor, Kate Bowler, Kate Gardiner, Kei Miller, Kerri Arsenault, Kia Corthron, Kyle Lucia Wu, Laura Shin, Lee Mandelo, Maria Giura, Marisa Siegel, Max Frumes, Max Steele, Maya Ribault, Megan Milks, Merve Emre, Michael Chang, Mirande Bissell, Morgan Rogers, myriam gurba, Notable Online, Pardis Mahdavi, Patricia Park, Phoebe Robinson, Pik-Shuen Fung, R. J. Palacio, rabih alameddine, Remigiusz Ryziński, Ricardo Alberto Maldonado, Robin Gow, Rohan Chhetri, Ruth Ozeki, Ryka Aoki, Sam J. Miller, Sandra Gilbert, Sarah Gailey, Sarah Schulman, Sean Gasper Bye, Sujeet Indap, Sumanth Prabhaker, Susan Gubar, T Kira Madden, T Kira Mahealani Madden, Terese Mailhot, Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint, Vicki Childs, Victoria Mas, Wendy C. Ortiz, Yvette Siegert
Literary events taking place virtually this week!
Tags: Alice McDermott, Andre Dubus III, Andrew Ridker, Angela Ledgerwood, Brad Richard, Brandon Taylor, C Pam Zhang, C. Morgan Babst, Cat Marnell, Claire Thomas, Clemantine Wamariya, Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, Darrin Doyle, Derrick Austin, Diana Whitney, edward hirsch, Emily Raboteau, Emma Straub, Erik Hoel, Franz Nicolay, Gabrielle Bluestone, Gina Frangello, Gina Nutt, Grace Lau, Hari Kunzru, Helen Oyeyemi, Howie Klein, James J. Siegel, Jeff VanderMeer, Jennifer Ballengee, Jennifer Franklin, joanna rakoff, Joseph Ross, Julia Alvarez, K.M. Szpara, Kaitlyn Greenidge, Kate Flannery, Kate Lebo, Kathleen Ossip, Katie Booth, Kevin Kwan, Kirstin Valdez Quade, Laura Lindstedt, Leah McSweeney, Leslie Contreras Schwartz, Leslie Jamison, Lisa Ko, Lydia Millet, Makenna Goodman, Margaree Little, Margaret Randall, Mariko Kitakubo, Martha King, Mateo Askaripour, Matthew Lippman, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Melissa Febos, Miguel Murphy, Morgan Jerkins, Nadia Hashimi, Notable Online, Peter Filkins, philip lopate, Phoebe Robinson, Rachel Kushner, Rosie Schaap, Saeed Jones, Sam J. Miller, Sandi Tan, Sanjena Sathian, Sara Gran, Sari Botton, Saumya Dave, Spencer Reece, Stephanie Burt, Steven Dunn, Tamiko Beyer, Victoria Chang, Vijay Seshadri, Will Alexander, Willy Vlautin, Zeno Robinson, zz packer
Joel Mowdy discusses his debut story collection, FLOYD HARBOR.
Tags: 1990s, agency, Alice McDermott, Cannery Row, catapult, debut collection, Denis Johnson, expat, expatriate writers, first book, Floyd Harbor, hope, Indonesia, jesus son, Joel Mowdy, john steinbeck, Lithuania, Long Island, Mastic Beach, millennials, Pat Strachan, setting, short fiction, short stories, Stuart Dybek, That Night, The Coast of Chicago, Tommy Dean, vignette, zachary lazar
We congratulate all of the NBCC finalists, and are especially pleased to have celebrated and featured the work of many of these writers on The Rumpus!
Tags: A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: The Human Story Retold Through Our Genes, Adam Rutherford, Admissions: A Life in Brain Surgery, Alice McDermott, Ana Ristović, Arundhati Roy, Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe, Bunk, Camille Dungy, Carina Chocano, Caroline Fraser, Directions for Use, Earthling, Edmund Gordon, edwidge danticat, Exit West, Fourth Person Singular, Frances FitzGerald, Frank Ormsby, Gorbachev: His Life and Times, Guidebook to Relative Strangers, Gulf: The Making of An American Sea, Henry Marsh, Hoover: An Extraordinary Life in Extraordinary Times, Howard Markel, Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body, Improvement, Jack Davis, James Longenbach, Jesmyn Ward, Joan Silber, Kapka Kassabova, Kenneth Whyte, Kevin Young, Layli Long Soldier, Ludmilla Petrushevskaya, masha gessen, Mohsin Hamid, National Book Critics Circle, NBCC Awards, Nine Continents: A Memoir In and Out of China, Nuar Alsadir, Prairie Fires: American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder, Roxane Gay, Sing, Tell Me How It Ends, The Art of Death, The Best We Could Do, The Darkness of Snow, The Evangelicals: The Struggle to Shape America, The Girl From the Metropol Hotel, The Invention of Angela Carter, The Kelloggs: The Battling Brothers of Battle Creek, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, The Ninth Hour, Thi Bui, Unburied, Valeria Luiselli, Whereas, William Taubman, Xioulu Guo, You Play the Girl
Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Adam Braver, Adam Eichen, Akeema-Zane, Alena Graedon, Alexander Sanger, Alexandra Tanner, Alice McDermott, Alice Sola Kim, Amna Ahmad, Andrew Durbin, Andrew Kleine, Andrew Lipstein, Andrew Mangan, Anelise Chen, Anna Halberstadt, Ayana Mathis, Charlotte Crowe, Cheswayo Mphanza, christina baker kline, Claire Zajdel, Crystal Powell, Dan Sheehan, Dana Czapnik, Darrel Alejandro Holnes, David Burr Gerrard, Dede Cummings, Denise Duhamel, Emma Donoghue, Erica Wright, Erik Hoel, Frances Moore Lappe, Gabe Hudson, Hernán Díaz, Hubert Vigilla, J. Courtney Sullivan, James Crews, Jamey Hansen, Jasmine Dreame Wagner, Jason Ferguson, Jeannette Watson, Jeffery Renard Allen, jim shepard, Jim St. Germain, joe fassler, Joel Allegretti, John Deming, Joshua Max Feldman, Joy Baglio, Karen Shepard, Katie Flanagan, Katie Longofono, Kelly Jean Fitzsimmons, kelly link, Leah Umansky, Lev Grossman, Lex Axelrod, Lydia Millet, Maud Streep, Megan Buchanan, Meghan Meyer, Melissa Febos, Michaela Blei, Miranda Field, Morgan Fox, Mychal Denzel Smith, New York City, Nin Andrews, notable new york, Notable NYC, phillip lopate, Quentin Vennie, Rebecca Bates, Romaine, Sandra Proto, Sarah Schmidt, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Victoria Adler
Julia was one of those “students” whom you suspect, after maybe fifteen seconds, should actually be teaching the class you are currently (allegedly) teaching. ...more
Tags: Alan Gurganus, Alice McDermott, Boston, breast cancer, cancer, Carol Shields, Carolyn Heilburn, Charming Billy, Child of My Heart, family, Hot Prof-on-Student Word Sex, illness, Julia MacDonnell, MFA, Mimi Malloy At Last, mothers, mothers and daughters, Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All, ovarian cancer, Patrick Kavanagh, robert penn warren, Someone, Steve Almond, teaching, teaching writing, The Stone Diaries, Year of Favor
Let’s dedicate this week to the publications, editors, and benevolent marketing gurus who unleashed a whole bunch of quality FREE short fiction to us. Under the shadow of the FCC’s impending decision as to whether or not net neutrality will continue, these all-you-can-read buffets taste even sweeter. Read on for one potential menu of all […]
Tags: Alice McDermott, Amazon vs Hachette, Caitlin Horrocks, California, Edan Lepucki, FCC, Louise Erdrich, Mavis Gallant, Megan Abbott, Net neutrality, new yorker, Paris Review, Salvatore Scibona, stephen eirik clark, Steven Millhauser, Sweetness #9, the fever, zadie smith
NancyKay Shapiro reviews Alice McDermott’s
Someone today in Rumpus Book Reviews. ...more