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Posts Tagged: daughters

Hypocrisy Is Ripe for Stories: Talking with Melissa Scholes Young

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Melissa Scholes Young discusses her new novel, THE HIVE.

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Writing toward Meaning: A Conversation with Ethel Rohan

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Ethel Rohan discusses her new story collection, IN THE EVENT OF CONTACT.

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Finding Home in a Cult’s Aftermath: Talking with Ronit Plank

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Ronit Plank discusses her new memoir, WHEN SHE COMES BACK.

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Depths of Story: Who’s Your Daddy by Arisa White

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The inherited wounds cut so deep one wonders if they can ever be fully healed.

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Everything Must Change: A Conversation with Melissa Febos

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Melissa Febos discusses her new essay collection, GIRLHOOD.

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Encouraging Messiness: A Conversation with Melissa Broder

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Melissa Broder discusses her new novel, MILK FED.

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The Song and the Silence: Talking with Shin Yu Pai

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Shin Yu Pai discusses her new book, ENSŌ.

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Transformed by Discovering: A Conversation with Beth Kephart

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Beth Kephart discusses her new memoir, WIFE | DAUGHTER | SELF.

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Why We Believe What We Believe: A Conversation with Dantiel W. Moniz

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Dantiel W. Moniz discusses her debut story collection, MILK BLOOD HEAT.

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The Psychiatrist and the Butch

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My dad, a psychiatrist, wants to write a sex book.

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Rumpus Exclusive: “Dear G.B.”

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There are many ways to be ripped to shreds.

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Possibility Is Spellbinding: The Lightness by Emily Temple

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In short, lightness is the capacity to leave without regret.

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We’re All Difficult Women Now: Talking with Avni Doshi

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Avni Doshi discusses her debut novel, BURNT SUGAR.

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Voices on Addiction: None of This Is Bullshit

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I was fine. No one and nothing could hurt me.

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On Hauntings and Huntings: Talking with Jihyun Yun

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Jihyun Yun discusses her debut poetry collection, SOME ARE ALWAYS HUNGRY.

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Acclimation

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Such distinguished hybridity joined us all, animal and human, in a lonely, exclusive tribe.

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Mothers and Daughters: Girl by Veronica Golos

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Bodies become something to escape from or leave behind.

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Rumpus Exclusive: “Mira Returns to Athens”

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How had he seen me upon this initial meeting? How had I seen him?

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Body Inheritance

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I needed my beauty to be invisible, either accidental or not at all.

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Bodies Are Not Metaphors: Talking with Brit Bennett

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Brit Bennett discusses her second novel, THE VANISHING HALF.

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