They look / for a lash that isn’t there, even them that never felt it. / It’s in their shoulders. / The lash lives in their shoulders. ...more
Hanif Abdurraqib discusses his new collection, A FORTUNE FOR YOUR DISASTER.
Tags: Aria Aber, Be Recorder, Big K.R.I.T., Book Club, brian spears, Carmen Giménez Smith, Charli XCX, Columbus, De La Soul, Drake, Eve Ewing, Film, Greil Marcus, Haim, Hanif Abdurraqib, Hard Damage, Here My Dear, Hull, kanye west, Lester Bangs, magic, Marvin Gaye, Metta World Peace, Michael Jordan, Miller Williams, Music, music criticism, Nikola Tesla, poetry book club, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, Terror Jr, The Prestige, Writers for Migrant Justice, Xandria Phillips
t’ai freedom ford discusses her newest collection, & MORE BLACK.
Tags: & more black, Alexandria Smith, Amaryllis Dejesus Moleski, Augury Books, book design, brian spears, Brooklyn, Carrie Mae Weems, code switching, DuBois, Erykah Badu, Eve Ewing, Flying Lotus, Frida Orupabo, Friday Black, gentrification, hip-hop, Kara Walker, Mark Bradford, Marvin Gaye, Melissa Rivero, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, poetry, poetry book club, rhyme, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, slam poetry, sonnet, sonnets, T'ai Freedom Ford, Terrrance Hayes, The Affairs of the Falcóns, The Rumpus Poetry Book Club, visual art, Wanda Coleman, Wangechi Mutu
Eve L. Ewing discusses her new collection, 1919.
Tags: 1919, Anderson .Paak, Bible, Book Club, brian spears, Cat Person, Chicago, Do the Right Thing, Electric Arches, erasure poems, Eve Ewing, Eve L. Ewing, Exodus, Ghosts in the Schoolyard, Great Migration, Haymarket, Haymarket Books, Jamila Wood, Jun Fujita, Langston Hughes, Laura M. Jackson, Midwest, Natasha Trethewey, poetry, poetry book club, race riots, Red Summer, Richard Daley, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, slavery, Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Negro in Chicago, The Rumpus Poetry Book Club, The Water Dancer, weather, White Negroes
Rumpus editors share favorite poetry collections as we continue our celebration of National Poetry Month!
Tags: & more black, 1919, A Fortune for Your Disaster, Andres Cerpa, Anne Carson, Aracelis Girmay, Autobiography of Red, Beastgirl & Other Origin Myths, Bestiary, Bicycle in a Ransacked City, Blood Sparrows and Sparrows, blud, Brooklyn Antediluvian, Brute, Calling a Wolf a Wolf, Cenzontle, Chen Chen, Deaf Republic, Derrick Austin, Donika Kelly, Dunya Mikhail, Elizabeth Acevedo, Emily Skaja, Erica Dawson, Eugenia Leigh, Eve Ewing, Fatimah Asghar, Franny Choi, Halal If You Hear Me, Hanif Abdurraqib, Head Off and Split, Heed the Hollow, Ilya Kaminsky, In Her Feminine Sign, jennifer s. cheng, Jericho Brown, Jillian Weise, Kaveh Akbar, Kristin Chang, Life on Mars, Loves You, Magical Negro, Malcolm Tariq, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Metta Sama, MOON: Letters Maps Poems, Morgan Parker, Nabila Lovelace, National Poetry Month, National Poetry Month 2019, Night Sky with Exit Wounds, Nikky Finney, Ocean Vuong, Oculus, Odes to Lithium, Past Lives Future Bodies, patrick rosal, poetry book club, Rachel McKibbens, Rachel Zucker, Registers of Illuminated Villages, Rookery, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, Safia Elhillo, Sally Wen Mao, Sarah Gambito, Shira Erlichman, Simone John, Soft Science, Sons of Achilles, SoundMachine, Swing at Your Own Risk, T'ai Freedom Ford, Tarfia Faizullah, Testify, The Amputee's Guide to Sex, The Black Maria, The Crazy Bunch, The Tradition, Traci Brimhall, Tracy K Smith, Trouble the Waters, What to Read When, When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities, When Rap Spoke Straight to God, Willie Perdomo
What we’re reading in our Poetry Book Club next month!
Tags: 1919, Book Club, brian spears, Electric Arches, Eve Ewing, Eve L. Ewing, Ghosts in the Schoolyard, poetry, poetry book club, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, The Rumpus Poetry Book Club
Rumpus editors share for their favorite writing that speaks to black history past, present, and future.
Tags: 1919, A Bound Woman Is a Dangerous Thing, A Lucky Man, An Untamed State, Anagnorisis, Angie Thomas, Bestiary, Black History Month, Black Leopard Red Wolf, Blood Dazzler, bryan washington, Claudia Rankine, Colson Whitehead, DaMaris Hill, De'Shawn C. Winslow, Donika Kelly, Drinking Coffee Elsewhere, Eve Ewing, Ever Is a Long Time, Exiles of Eden, Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love, Gingerbread, Go Ahead in the Rain, Hanif Abdurraqib, Heavy: An American Memoir, Helen Oyeyemi, Homegoing, How to Sit, Ibram X. Kendi, In West Mills, Jacinda Townsend, Jamel Brinkley, Jericho Brown, Jesmyn Ward, Keith S. Wilson, Kendra Allen, Kiese Laymon, Kimberlé Crenshaw, kyle dargan, Ladan Osman, Lot: Stories, Magical Negro, marlon james, Mat Johnson, Maurice Carlos Ruffin, Morgan Parker, Mourner's Bench, Nabila Lovelace, Namwali Serpell, Nicole Dennis-Benn, On Intersectionality, On the Come Up, Patricia Smith, Patsy, Pym, Rion Amilcar Scott, Roxane Gay, Saint Monkey, Sanderia Faye, Sing Unburied Sing, Sons of Achilles, Stamped from the Beginning, Terrance Hayes, The Fire This Time, The Old Drift, The Tradition, The Underground Railroad, The White Card, The World Doesn't Require You, To Float In the Space Between, Tyrese Coleman, W. Ralph Eubanks, We Cast a Shadow, What to Read When, When You Learn the Alphabet, Yaa Gyasi, zz packer
A list of books releasing in the first half of 2019 that we can’t wait to read!
Tags: 1919, A Bound Woman Is a Dangerous Thing, amy feltman, Bangkok Wakes to Rain, Black Leopard Red Wolf, bryan washington, Catherine Chung, Chia-Chia Lin, DaMaris Hill, David Biespiel, David Treuer, De'Shawn C. Winslow, Deaf Republic, Dealing in Dreams, Deep Creek, Dorianne Laux, Erika Swyler, Eva Hagberg Fisher, Eve Ewing, Fatima Asghar, Franny Choi, Gingerbread, Go Ahead in the Rain, Hala Alyan, Halal If You Hear Me, Hanif Abdurraqib, Helen Oyeyemi, How to Be Loved, I Am Yours, If Then, Ilya Kaminsky, In West Mills, Jayson Greene, Jennifer Pastiloff, Jericho Brown, Juliet Grames, Kali Fajardo-Anstine, Karen Russell, Kate Hope Day, Light from Other Stars, Lilliam Rivera, Lima :: Limon, Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls, Lost Children Archive, Lot, Magical Negro, marlon james, Maylis de Kerangal, Melissa Rivero, Michele Filgate, Miraculum, Miriam Toews, Morgan Parker, Mother Winter, Naamah, Natalie Scenters-Zapico, Nicole Dennis-Benn, Ocean Vuong, On Being Human, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous, Once More We Saw Stars, Only As the Day Is Long, Orange World and Other Stories, Pam Houston, Patsy, Pitchaya Sudbanthad, Reema Zaman, Republic Café, Sabrina & Corina, Safia Elhillo, Sam Taylor, Sarah Blake, Soft Science, Sophia Shalmiyev, Steph Post, T Kira Madden, The Affairs of the Falcóns, The Collected Schizophrenias, The Cook, The Crazy Bunch, The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee, The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna, The Source of Self-Regard, The Tenth Muse, The Tradition, The Twenty-Ninth Year, The Unpassing, Toni Morrison, Valeria Luiselli, What My Mother and I Don't Talk About, What to Read When, Willa & Hesper, Willie Perdomo, Women Talking
If they come for one of us, they will come for us all. ...more
Tags: 2Pac, audre lorde, Books, BreakBeat Poets, Citizen Illegal, Danez Smith, debut collection, Eve Ewing, first book, Frank Johnson, Franny Choi, Haymarket Books, hip-hop, hip-hop literature, immigration, Jay-Z, Josè Olivarez, Latinx, Mexican-American, Mexico, Morgan Parker, poetry, Reviews, Tupac Shakur, Vs Podcast
Rumpus editors select writing that speaks to women’s history—past, present, and future.
Tags: Adrienne Rich, America's Women, audre lorde, Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir, Barbara Jane Reyes, Bestiary, Bloodlines: Odyssey of a Native Daughter, Carina Chocano, Charlotte Perkins, Deborah A. Miranda, Directed by Desire, Donika Kelly, Electric Arches, Elissa Washuta, Eve Ewing, Gabrielle Calvocoressi, Gail Collins, Heart Berries, Hope in the Dark, In Praise of Difficult Women, Invocation to Daughters, Janet Campbell Hale, Jesmyn Ward, Julia Pierpont, June Jordan, Karen Karbo, Kate Harding, Katie Green, Katy Horan, Kindred, Lighter Than My Shadow, Literary Witches, Marge Piercy, Men We Reaped, michelle dean, Morgan Parker, My Body Is a Book of Rules, Nasty Women, Nella Larsen, Nicole Sealey, Octavia Butler, On Lies Secrets and Silence, Ordinary Beast, passing, reading recommendations, Rebecca Solnit, Rocket Fantastic, Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion, Sister Outsider, Svetlana Alexievich, Taisia Kitaiskaia, Terese Mailhot, The Little Book of Feminist Saints, The Moon is Always Female, The Unwomanly Face of War, The Yellow Wallpaper, There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce, Together We Rise, What to Read When, Women's History Month, You Play the Girl
Rumpus editors share for their favorite writing that speaks to black history, past and present.
Tags: Airea D. Matthews, An American Marriage, Another Brooklyn, Aracelis Girmay, Ayana Mathis, ayiti, Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self, bell hooks, Big Machine, Black History Month, Black Peculiar, Blessing the Boats, Bone Black, Britt Bennett, Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude, Citizen, Claudia Rankine, danielle evans, Electric Arches, erasure, Eve Ewing, Forest Primeval, Hanif Abdurraqib, Here Comes the Sun, Ijeoma Oluo, Incendiary Art, Incognegro, jacqueline woodson, James Baldwin, Jesmyn Ward, Kaitlyn Greenidge, Kamilah Aisha Moon, Khadijah Queen, Lucille Clifton, marlon james, Mat Johnson, Men We Reaped, Morgan Jerkins, Morgan Parker, Native Son, Nicole Dennis-Benn, Nicole Sealey, Ordinary Beast, Patricia Smith, Percival Everett, Phillis Wheatley, richard wright, Robin Coste Lewis, ross gay, Roxane Gay, Simulacra, So You Want to Talk About Race, Starshine & Clay, Tayari Jones, The Black Maria, The Book of Night Women, The Fire Next Time, The Mothers, The Twelve Tribes of Hattie, There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce, They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us, This Will Be My Undoing, Victor LaValle, Vievee Francis, Voyage of the Sable Venus, We Love You Charlie Freeman, What to Read When
Aurvi Sharma discusses her memoir-in-progress, finding inspiration in ancient women’s voices, and writing against erasure.
Tags: A Rumpus Interview, A.K. Ramanujan, Abeer Hoque, Ambai, Amitava Ghosh, Anita Desai, Anne Carson, Apricots, Arundhati Roy, Aurvi Sharma, beauty, Deesha Philyaw, depression, Electric Arches, Eleven Stories of Water and Stone, Eliot Weinberger, erasure, Eve Ewing, Gathasaptashati, gender norms, gender roles, immigration, India, indian literature, intersectionality, Ismat Chughtai, J. K. Rowling, Kadambini, Kamila Shamsie, Lucia Berlin, Maggie Nelson, Margaret Atwood, Mariana Enriquez, memories, memory, Min Jin Lee, Nadeem Aslam, Nadim Aslam, nadine gordimer, Natalie Diaz, olive witch, Pachinko, pollution, postcolonial, revenge porn, Rings of Saturn, Sara Suleri, Sei Shonogan, sewage, Sex, south asian, The God of Small Things, The Pillow Book, Therigatha, Things We Lost in the Fire, tropes, Upamanyu Chatterjee, Visible: Women Writers of Color, W.G. Sebald, Wendy Doniger, Women Writers of Color
Literary events and readings in and around Philadelphia this week!
Tags: Ailin Cao, Alexa Smith, Amber Rose Johnson, Angelo Colavita, Autumn Brown, Chris McCreary, Cindy Arrieu-King, Cynthia Dewi Oka, David Hancock, Dawn Lonsinger, Eleanor Stanford, Elizabeth Scanlon, Emma Brown Sanders, Eve Ewing, Frank Sherlock, Gabriel Ojeda-Sague, Gabriel Ramirez, Hiram Rivera, Husnaa Hashim, Irène Mathieu, Joanna C. Valente, Julia Bloch, Kai Davis, Kailey Tedesco, Kirwyn Sutherland, Kyle Brown-Watson, Laynie Browne, Leonard Gontarek, Malcolm Friend, Mark Lamoureux, Nikki Lopez, Noel Quiñones, Notable Philadelphia, Paul Siegell, Philadelphia, Raquel Salas-Rivera, Reek Bell, Scott Daughtridge, Sebastian Castillo, Selina Carrera, Sham-e-Ali Nayeem, Soledad Alfaro, Taller Puertorriqueño, Tamara Oakma, Tamara Oakman, Travis Chi Wing Lau, Tyler Antoine, Venessa Marco, Yesenia Montilla
Rumpus editors share their favorite books to gift to friends and family, from recent 2017 releases to longtime literary loves.
Tags: A Sense of the World, Abandon Me, Alana Massey, All the Lives I Want, Anne Carson, Arundhati Roy, Autobiography of Red, Blood Sparrows and Sparrows, Bluets, book recommendations, Calling a Wolf a Wolf, carmen maria machado, celeste ng, Chanukah, Chrissy Teigen, Christine Hyung-Oak Lee, christmas, cravings, Danez Smith, Dear Friend from My Life I Write to You in Your Life, Deb Perelman, Don't Call Us Dead, Electric Arches, elena ferrante, Eugenia Leigh, Eve Ewing, Florence in Ecstasy, Good Bones, Hala Alyan, Hanukkah, Harmless Like You, Her Body and Other Parties, Him Me Muhammed Ali, holiday gifts, holidays, hunger, Jason Roberts, Jenny Zhang, Jesmyn Ward, Jessie Chaffee, Jung Yun, Kaitlyn Greenidge, Kate Harding, Kaveh Akbar, Lisa Ko, Little Fires Everywhere, madness, Maggie Nelson, Maggie Smith, Megan Stielstra, Melissa Febos, Mike Scalise, Min Jin Lee, Morgan Parker, My Brilliant Friend, Nasty Women, Nature Poem, Neapolitan Novels, One Day We'll ALl Be Dead and None of This Will Matter, Pachinko, Patricia Lockwood, Priestdaddy, Randa Jarrar, Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, Roxane Gay, Salt Fat Acid Heat, Salt Houses, Sam Sax, Samantha Irby, Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Samin Nosrat, Scaachi Koul, Shelter, Sing Unburied Sing, Smitten Kitchen Every Day, Sour Heart, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember, The Brand New Catastrophe, The Leavers, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, The Wrong Way to Save Your Life, There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce, Tommy Pico, We Are Never Meeting in Real Life, We Love You Charlie Freeman, We Were Eight Years in Power, What to Read When, What We Lose, yiyun li, Zinzi Clemmons
Megan Stielstra discusses her new essay collection,
The Wrong Way to Save Your Life, fear, privilege, and the intersection of politics and everyday life. ...more
Tags: A Rumpus Interview, activism, Aleksandar Hemon, Amanda Delheimer-Dimond, bodies, body, cancer, Chicago, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Dennis Lehane, Donald Trump, essays, Eve Ewing, fear, Frank Chimero, Jon Burge, Junot Diaz, Kiese Laymon, Megan Stielstra, memoir, michelle mirsky, motherhood, mothers, Once I Was Cool, parenting, Politics, postpartum depression, privilege, race, Racism, S. Ferdowski, Sheila Quirke, The Danger of a Single Story, The Wrong Way to Save Your Life, Trump, wikipedia
Literary events and readings in and around Chicago this week!
Tags: Adam Morgan, Angela Jackson, Beyza Ozer, Chicago, Cleve Jones, CM Burroughs, Danez Smith, Eve Ewing, H. Melt, Jan English Leary, Jen Lancaster, Malu Halasa, Notable Chicago, Owen Keehnen, Quraysh Ali Lansana, Reginald Gibbons, Stephanie Strohm, Sung Yim, Vita E
Literary events and readings in and around Chicago this week!
Tags: Beth Finke, Chicago, david masciotra, Elaine Hegwood Bowen, Eve Ewing, FLOTUS Cheyenne, Gretchen Kalwinski, Jes Scheinpflug, Kara Jackson, Katie Jackson Angelina Nordstrom, Lucky Hinkle, Lucy Diavolo, Martha Bayne, Notable Chicago, Rachel Z. Arndt, Sandra Marchetti, tara Betts
Take a quick break from the apocalyptic news and end your week with this list of books to eagerly anticipate (assuming the world doesn’t end) instead!
Tags: A Good Day for Seppuku, Alex Lemon, Alice Anderson, An Unkindness of Ghosts, Andrea Jarrell, Anna Quinn, Ariel Gore, book recommendations, Caca Dolce: Essays from a Lowbrow Life, Calling a Wolf a Wolf, carmen maria machado, celeste ng, Chelsea Martin, Danez Smith, Don't Call Us Dead, Electric Arches, Empty Set, Eve Ewing, Feverland, Gabriel Tallent, Gabrielle Calvocoressi, Gayle Brandeis, Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, Her Body and Other Parties, I'm the One Who Got Away, Jen Cross, Jennifer Egan, Jesmyn Ward, Jon McGregor, Josh Weil, Kamilah Aisha Moon, kate braverman, Katia D. Ulysse, Kaveh Akbar, Little Fires Everywhere, Manhattan Beach, Mouths Don't Speak, My Absolute Darling, reading recommendations, Rene Denfeld, Reservoir 13, Rivers Solomon, Rocket Fantastic, Sing Unburied Sing, Some Bright Morning I'll Fly Away, Starshine & Clay, Swallowing Mercury, The Age of Perpetual Light, The Art of Misdiagnosis, The Child Finder, The Night Child, They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us, Verónica Gerber Bicecci, We Were Witches, What to Read When, Wioletta Greg, Writing Ourselves Whole
Friday 7/28: The RHINO Reads open mic is happening at Bookends & Beginnings in Evanston, with special guests Roger Reeves and Doug Ramspeck. 6 p.m., free. The wonderful Women & Children First bookstore hosts its annual member sale all weekend. Members receive 20% off through Sunday. Become a member and buy some books!
Sunday 1/29: Write to elected officials. Community Bookstore, 7 p.m., free. Robert Marshall, Clifford Chase, Alexander Chee, Lisa Cohen, and Matt Sharpe join the Sunday Night Fiction series. KGB Bar, 7 p.m., free. Daniel José Older, Morgan Parker, Ashley C. Ford, Eve Ewing, Justin Smith, Hari Ziyad, and Tochi Onyebuchi celebrate the release of Beyond Ourselves, […]
Tags: Alexander Chee, Alexandra Kleeman, Andy Rapoport, Anna Noyes, Anna Pitoniak, Ashley C. Ford, Chanelle Benz, Clifford Chase, Daniel Jose Older, Danniel Schoonebeek, Elizabeth Greenwood, elliot ackerman, Eve Ewing, Hari Ziyad, Isaac Oliver, Ishion Hutchinson, Jim Saah, Joe Halstead, JUSTIN SMITH, Kayla Rae Whitaker, Lara Vapnyar, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Lena Valencia, Lisa Cohen, Lucie Shelly, Matt Sharpe, Michael Hampton, Mike Scalise, Monica Youn, Morgan Parker, New York City, notable new york, Notable NYC, Phil Klay, Rob Spillman, Robert Marshall, ryan britt, sam allingham, Sarah Gerard, Sari Wilson, Scot Crawford, Shane McCrae, Syreeta McFadden, Teju Cole, Tobias Carroll
Tara Betts discusses her newest collection,
Break the Habit, the burden placed on black women artists to be both artist and activist, and why writing is rooted in identity. ...more
Tags: academia, activism, Alice Walker, arc & hue, audre lorde, Baby Sweets, Binghamton, Black Panthers, black women, Blackberry: a magazine, break the habit, Chicago, comic books, Comics, consent, death, Deesha Philyaw, Def Poetry Jam, Denise Levertov, depression, Devil Dinosaur, divorce, Donald Trump, economic inequality, Eve Ewing, f. scott fitzgerald, family, Foucault, gender inequality, girlspeak, Glen Campbell, grief, Hadiya Pendeleton, heartbreak, heroines, hip-hop, Huey P. Newton, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, identity, Iron Man, jazz, Jeff Chang, Jessica Care Moore, Joan Didion, Kate Zambreno, Larry Levis, Lauryn Hill, Luke Cage, marriage, marriage equality, Maya Angelou, memories, Mental Health, Moon Girl, mothers, mothers and daughters, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Nina Simone, ntozake shange, patriarchy, Paul Beatty, Paul Laurence Dunbar, poems, Poet, poetry, Politics, Princeless, prison system, Public Enemy, Radius, Rape culture, Raymond Andrews, relationships, representation, Riri Williams, Roxane Gay, science fiction, Self Care, slam poetry, superheroes, Ta-Nehisi Coates, tara Betts, Terry McMillan, The Color Purple, the cure, The White Album, Tish Benson, Trump, visible, Visible: Women Writers of Color, Willie Perdomo, Women Writers of Color, World of Wakanda, writers of color, writing, Yona Harvey, Zelda Fitzgerald, zora neale hurston
Official inaugural poems are a strange beast. There have only been five of them and the one we recognize as the first, Robert Frost’s “The Gift Outright,” wasn’t composed for President Kennedy’s inauguration. Frost recited it when the sun’s glare off the snow made the poem he’d written, “Dedication,” impossible to read. But perhaps the […]
Tags: Airea matthews, Brian Oliu, Donald Trump, election 2016, Eve Ewing, Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, Inaugural Poems, Inauguration Day, Jaswinder Bolina, Joann Balingit, Julian Randall, Julie Marie Wade, Kaveh Akbar, kyle dargan, Leila Chatti, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, Lynn Melnick, Rajiv Mohabir, Robert Frost, Rumpus Inaugural Poems, Rumpus Original Poems, Trump
Friday 11/18: Fifth Wednesday Journal presents a reading by Tony Triglio, Christina Pugh, Richard Jones, and Sheila Donohue at The Book Cellar. 7 p.m., free. Tara Betts will read from her new poetry collection Break the Habit at Women & Children First! Tara will be joined by Eve Ewing and Erika Sanchez. 7:30 p.m., free. Saturday […]
Tags: Angela Narciso Torres, Beth Horner, Brianne LaPelusa, Britt Julious, Christina Pugh, CM Burroughs, Cole Lavalais, David Lazar, Erika Sanchez, Eve Ewing, Heather Buchanan, karen shimmin, Kathy Klimentowski, Kelly Norman Ellis, Megan Kirby, Morgan McNaught, Notable Chicago, Paul Whitehouse, Paul Zollo, Richard Jones, Sahar Mustafah, Sheila Donohue, tara Betts, Tony Triglio, Willy Nast
Is it because rather than keeping us almost entirely out of the empty room, as Lee did, Ocean chose to let us in through hints and ephemera? And more broadly, what are we owed by an artist whom we profess to love? For the Atlantic, Eve L. Ewing examines the careers and output of Harper Lee […]