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Notable San Francisco: 2/5-2/11

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Literary events in and around the Bay Area this week!

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What to Read When You’re Haunted

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Randon Billings Noble shares a reading list to celebrate BE WITH ME ALWAYS.

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What to Read When You’re Grieving

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Marisa Bardach Ramel shares a reading list to celebrate her debut memoir, THE GOODBYE DIARIES.

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Transcending the Trauma: A Conversation with Tracy Strauss

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Tracy Strauss discusses her debut memoir, I JUST HAVEN’T MET YOU YET.

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What to Read When You’re Trying to Exist in an After

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Kelly Sundberg shares a reading list to celebrate the paperback release of GOODBYE, SWEET GIRL.

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What to Read When You’re Writing Your Truth

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Tracy Strauss shares a reading list to celebrate her debut book, I JUST HAVEN’T MET YOU YET.

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Notable Portland: 4/18–4/24

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Literary events in and around Portland this week!

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The Thread: Down Girl

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Misogyny reminds us of our place: down girl.

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What to Read When You Want to Raise Your Voice in Revolution

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Reema Zaman shares a list of books to celebrate her forthcoming debut memoir, I AM YOURS.

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Becoming Her Own Cowboy: Talking with Pam Houston

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Pam Houston discusses her new memoir, DEEP CREEK: FINDING HOPE IN THE HIGH COUNTRY.

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What to Read When You’re Broke Down in Hell

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A list of Melissa Stephenson’s down-and-out favorites for when you have a case of the grays.

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Finding Atonement in the #MeToo Era

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There is no greater act of love than to hold someone accountable for their mistakes.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #123: Erica Garza

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“[T]here was something really empowering about being honest and open about this part of myself. Somehow, writing helped lessen the shame.”

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The Narrator-Guide: A Conversation with Sharon Harrigan

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Sharon Harrigan discusses her memoir, Playing with Dynamite, writing through the gaps in memory, and how the book has changed real-life relationships.

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What to Read When You Want a Fresh Start

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In keeping with the spirit of the New Year holiday, we’ve put together a list of books that deal with new beginnings—and the unexpected twists and turns that come after.

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What to Read When You Are a Nasty Woman

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A list from Kate Harding and Samhita Mukhopadhyay to celebrate the release of Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump’s America.

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Notable Portland: 2/23–3/1

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Thursday 2/23: Celebrate the launch of Mercy Strongheart’s debut novel, A Boy Named Trout, with a live reading complete with snacks and beverages. 20% of book sales will go to the p:ear gallery. p:ear, 6:30 p.m., free. Enjoy a free writing sampler on women writing for (a) change. Open to men and women, this event […]

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Introducing the Rumpus Advisory Board

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When we shared our exciting news about The Rumpus’s future last month, I mentioned that we’d create an advisory board to help us guide the site forward. The function of the advisory board is to help when we have questions or need a sounding board for new ideas, to serve as role models for us, and to […]

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Scratch: Writers, Money, and the Art of Making a Living edited by Manjula Martin

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Today in Rumpus Books, Elizabeth Stark reviews Scratch: Writers, Money, and the Art of Making a Living, edited by Manjula Martin.

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Notable Portland: 1/12–1/18

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Friday 1/13: Franz Nicolay reads from his anarcho-leftist memoir debut, The Humorless Ladies of Border Control and is joined afterwards in conversation by Cari Luna, author of The Revolution of Every Day. Powell’s City of Books, 7:30 p.m., free. Sunday 1/15: Get ready for Dear Sugar Radio: The Writers Resist! Join hosts Cheryl Strayed and […]

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Black Friday Sale and Rumpus Holiday Gifts!

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This holiday season, give the gift of The Rumpus! We have plenty of holiday gift options for the well-read optimist or literary child in your life, and we’re kicking things off with a Black Friday sale!

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