Quantcast

Posts Tagged: berlin

The Climate of Feeling: A Conversation with Elvia Wilk

By

Elvia Wilk discusses her debut novel, OVAL.

...more

Everything Is Happening All of the Time: Talking with Sven Ratzke

By

Sven Ratzke discusses his new show, WHERE ARE WE NOW.

...more

Into Unbound Space: Talking with Seth Rogoff

By

Seth Rogoff discusses his novels FIRST, THE RAVEN: A PREFACE and THIN RISING VAPORS.

...more

This Week in Indie Bookstores

By

Indie bookstore news from across the country and around the world!

...more

Heartbreak and Hair Dye: Talking with Amy Feltman

By

Amy Feltman discusses her debut novel, WILLA & HESPER.

...more

The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #124: Anne Raeff

By

“I guess that’s true when you write a novel, you end up taking out so much.”

...more

Language Is Sensational: A Conversation with Eileen G’Sell

By

Eileen G’Sell discusses her debut collection, Life After Rugby, how and why she chose her book’s title, and challenging gender categories.

...more

Sound & Vision: Anthony DeCurtis

By

Allyson McCabe talks with Anthony DeCurtis, author and music journalist, about the art of the interview, his friendship with Lou Reed, and teaching in the digital age.

...more

Hitch in the Voice

By

I hear a man singing for his life, desperate in a way he would never be again and had never been before.

...more

Words as Events: A Conversation with Jeff Wood

By

Jeff Wood discusses The Glacier, his genre-bending book combining novel, poetry, screenplay, and collage, how heritage has become a brand, and the American Midwest.

...more

The Driving Thing of It: A Conversation with Mick Harvey

By

Mick Harvey discusses his decades-long music career, working on cover songs written in another language, and finding longevity in the music business.

...more

Album of the Week: Dust by Laurel Halo

By

Born in Michigan but currently based in Berlin, Germany, Laurel Halo is one of the most compelling electronic producers around. Halo’s third album, Dust, is out now from Hyperdub, and is breaking all preconceptions about women in electronic music. Mixing experimental beats, synth pop, and abstract sounds, with techno hints that peek out in her live sets, the classical […]

...more

TORCH: My American Playground

By

I left the car by the roadside and ran up the slope, in tears now, reaching the picnic tables and swings and, as bright and vivid as in my dreams, my purple-shaped climbing frame, exactly as I remembered it.

...more

The Saturday Rumpus Interview: Cristina García and Truong Tran

By

How do you work with a material that you don’t have trust in? I had to step away from it and find another way of articulating and I had to do it without words.

...more
Darryl Pinckney

The Saturday Rumpus Interview: Darryl Pinckney

By

If your family or your people are looking over your shoulder, change your seat or push them away. Ask them to trust you with the truth.

...more

The Rumpus Interview with Jessa Crispin

By

Jessa Crispin talks about The Dead Ladies Project and The Creative Tarot, founding Bookslut, why she has an antagonistic relationship with the publishing industry, and her estrangement from modern feminism.

...more

Less Room

By

New York is the worst. What are all these writers still doing here? My years spent in New York (where I had also grown up), had made it clear to me there was less and less room for failure in that city, and therefore less room for creative freedom. Fatin Abbas picks up and moves […]

...more

Thebes

By

The tragedy of a mentally ill mind or a richly realized fantasy is that its world exists only for its inventor. It is the loneliest party, the most isolating game.

...more

The Rumpus Interview with Greg Baxter

By

Novelist Greg Baxter talks about living abroad as an American, writing his new book, Munich Airport, and why he doesn’t buy the defeatist clichés that people use to define our world and time.

...more