Posts Tagged: dennis cooper

The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #126: Christopher Zeischegg

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“Being thrust into forced ritualistic closeness does break the ice, but doesn’t guarantee closeness.”

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Notable San Francisco: 10/11–10/17

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Literary events and readings in and around the Bay Area this week!

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Sound & Vision: Brandon Stosuy

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Allyson McCabe talks with music journalist, editor, and curator Brandon Stosuy about his path to music journalism, how the industry has changed, and what he’s working on now.

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Analyzing the Why: A Conversation with Jonathan Reiss

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Jonathan Reiss discusses his debut novel Getting Off, his transition from actor to writer, his own past drug use, and our country’s current opioid epidemic.

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Thought Police Are Lurking

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Cooper tried reaching out to the technology giant via phone and numerous emails, but has only received a generic statement about a “violation of the terms of service agreement”; he has not been offered any precise explanation. At the end of last July, writer Dennis Cooper discovered that his blog, which he began in 2002 […]

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The Rumpus Interview with Amy Rose Spiegel

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Amy Rose Spiegel discusses her debut memoir, Action: A Book about Sex, carnal confidence, and the nuances of sex-positivity.

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Experimental Literature

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Dennis Cooper answers five questions on experimental literature yesterday at HTML giant. The author is asked about the body, politics, economics and race. He also suggests a hefty dose of works to check out. On the unique “use value” of experimental literature in society, Cooper says, “No other art form that I can think of […]

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The Rumpus Sunday Book Blog Roundup

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Partially due to anti-porn Internet filters, the Canadian magazine The Beaver is changing its name. (via Silliman) The end was near, and now it is near, and damn it, why won’t it just get here already. The Guardian writes on the history of apocalypses. Loredo, Texas no longer has a bookstore. (via The Millions) “My work’s […]

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