Malcolm Tariq discusses his debut poetry collection, HEED THE HOLLOW.
Tags: american south, Ann Arbor, black bodies, Camille Rankine, Cassius Adair, Cave Canem, Dating Apps, E. Patrick Johnson, eroticism, feminism, feminist, food, food and family, grindr, H.D., Heed the Hollow, Jean Toomer, Jericho Brown, Jesmyn Ward, Justin Reid, LGBTQ, lynching, Malcolm Tariq, poems, poetry, queer, queerness, racial violence, Racism, Ralph Ellison, Rickey Laurentiis, Saidiya Hartman, Sex, sexual violence, sexuality, slavery, Southern, Southern food, Southern literature, trilogy, University of Michigan, violence, violence against women, zora neale hurston
Idra Novey discusses THOSE WHO KNEW.
Tags: #metoo, Attempts at a life, Baba Dunja’s Last Love, Book Club, Book of Hulga, Camille Rankine, class inequality, Danielle Dutton, Diane Williams, Eula Biss, Eva Woods, Eye Level, family, gay characters, Goncalo Tavares, Idra Novey, Imperfect Merciful Impulses, Jenny Xie, Jesse Ball, lydia davis, Mad Honey Symposium, Maggie Nelson, Margaret the First, Marisa Siegel, masculinity, money, motherhood, mothers, Oculus, parenting, patriarchy, Politics, Rachel Heng, Rita Mae Reese, Rumpus Book Club, Sally Wen Mao, Shirley Jackson, Silence Once Begun, Suicide Club, Those Who Knew, Tim Mohr, We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Literary events in and around New York City this week!
Tags: A. M. Homes, Ada Calhoun, Adrienne Herr, Akil Kumarasamy, Alexandra Chreiteh, Amanda Salane, andrew sean greer, Angela Garbes, Antikythera, Bethany Ball, Brenda Lijima, Callie Garnett, Camille Rankine, Candace Williams, Chelsea Hodson, Chen Chen, Cheryl Pearl Sucher, Connor Messinger, Dennis Norris II, Dina Paulson-Mcewan, Donna Hylton, Donna Masini, Dorothy Friedman August, emily gould, Emma Koenig, Farnoosh Fathi, Hamilton Morris, Hannah Hiaasen, Hannah Pittard, hannah tinti, helen ellis, Hillary Brenhouse, Ivy Pochoda, Joe Fletcher, John Godfrey, Kate Axelrod, Katy Lederer, Kelly Sundberg, Kevin Nguyen, Kimiko Hahn, Kristin Dykstra, Leopoldine Core, Linnea Harsuyker, Lisa Rogal, Manuel Becerra, Marian Thurm, Maris Kreizman, Maxine Rosaler, Megan Fernandes, Mona Eltahawy, monica hesse, Neal Medlyn, New York City, Nick White, Nikita Gill, Noor El-Samarrai, notable new york, Notable NYC, Peng Shepherd, Peter Mishler, Rami Karim, Renzo Voi, Rijard Bergeron, S. Brook Corfman, sparrow, Spencer Wise, Susannah Cahalan, T Kira Madden, tao lin, Tommy Orange
Join H.I.P. Lit, VIDA, and The Rumpus for a riveting night of readings and aerial performances at our 2017 Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend event!
Tags: Alana Massey, Alissa Nutting, Brooklyn Book Festival, Camille Rankine, elissa bassist, Hala Alyan, HIP Lit, rumpus events, Téa Obreht, The Muse, VIDA, WORD Brooklyn
The Rumpus Poetry Book Club chats with Camille Rankine about her new book
Incorrect Merciful Impulses, history, and trying to be a writer every day. ...more
Tags: Anne Sexton, Björk, Books, Camille Rankine, Columbia University, Debt, Ella Fitzgerald, Fearful Beloved, history, Incorrect Merciful Impulses, Kate Greenstreet, Khadijah Queen, MacDowell Colony, MFA, Music, Nickleback, Nina Simone, PJ Harvey, poetry, radiohead, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, simon & garfunkle, Solmaz Sharif, student loans, Terrance Hayes, thom yorke, Young Tambling
The Rumpus Poetry Book Club chats with Phillip B. Williams about his new book
Thief in the Interior, form in poetry, and balancing editing work with one’s own. ...more
Tags: a half-red sea, acrostic, Alice James Books, Amiri Baraka, bell hooks, Books, Brigit Pegeen Kelly, Camille Dungy, Camille Rankine, Carl Phillips, Cathy Linh Che, Cave Canem, dante, depression, Douglas Kearney, editing, Evie Shockley, form, francine j harris, God, Incorrect Merciful Impulses, inheritance, Jericho Brown, Keith Leonard, KMA Sullivan, Larry Levis, light, Lisa Faye Coutley, Lo Kwa Mei-in, Matthew Nienow, meter, Miranda Rights, morality, myths, Natasha Trethewey, Nate Marshall, oppression, Phillip B. Williams, poetry, Racism, religion, repetition, Rickey Laurentiis, Robert Duncan, Roger Reeves, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, Sonia Sanchez, Suck on the Marrow, Thief in the Interior, Tyehimba Jess, vinyl, Wild Hundreds
The Rumpus Poetry Book Club is finishing up this month’s book, Reginald Dwayne Betts’s incredible Bastards of the Reagan Era, and getting ready for our online chat with the author (my favorite part of the Rumpus Book Club experience), but I thought it would be nice to showcase what’s coming up in the next few months. In November, […]
Tags: Achy Obejas, Alice Walker, Anna March, audre lorde, bell hooks, Camille Rankine, celeste ng, cherrie moraga, Chiwan Choi, Citizen, Claudia Rankine, Coal, Cornelius Eady, Cristina Henriquez, Dee Brown, everything i never told you, Frederick Douglass, Gathering of My Name, Gyanendra Pandey, Harriet Jacobs, Head Off and Split, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Ida Wells-Barnett, Isabel Wilkerson, James Baldwin, Jane H. Hill, Jimmy Santiago Baca, Julia Alvarez, Leon Dash, Marie Myung-Ok Lee, Martin and Meditations on the South Valley, Maxine Hong Kingston, Michelle Alexander, Nadine Naber, Nia King, Nikki Finney, Possessing the Secret of Joy, Reading Mixtape, reading recommendations, Richard Powers, Seth Holmes, Shauna Singh Baldwin, Slow Dance With Trip Wire, Somebody’s Daughter, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Tamara Winfrey-Harris, The Book of Unknown Americans, The Flood, The New Jim Crow, The Story of My Teeth, The Time of Our Singing, Toi Derricotte, Uriel Quesada, Valeria Luiselli, Vine Deloria, What the Body Remembers
Letter to the Winding-Sheet After the snowfall, snowfall jewels my hair, my church shoes muddy the bedspread. Crazy, you called me, not much of a lady.