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Posts Tagged: fathers and daughters

Poetics of Lineage

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I see the birds. I feel my body, splitting from its spirit, lying in the grass.

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ENOUGH: They Have So Many Ways to Keep Us Quiet

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A Rumpus series of work by women and non-binary writers that engages with rape culture, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

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You Have to Look For It: A Conversation with Cameron Dezen Hammon

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Cameron Dezen Hammon discusses her debut memoir, THIS IS MY BODY.

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Off the Grid: Talking with Jamie Beth Cohen

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Jamie Beth Cohen discusses her debut novel, WASTED PRETTY.

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Love Story as Case Study: A Conversation with Rheea Mukherjee

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Rheea Mukherjee discusses her debut novel, THE BODY MYTH.

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Spines of the Finwomen

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This may be a reclamation story.

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The Mentor Series: Preti Taneja and Maureen Freely

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Preti Taneja interviews her mentor, Maureen Freely.

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Pig on a Stick

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My Filipino father refused to be upstaged by a white man’s lechon.

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A Different Kind of Balance: Talking with Samantha Giles

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Poet Samantha Giles discusses her newest collection, TOTAL RECALL.

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Voices on Addiction: A Conversation with Amber van de Bunt

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Amber van de Bunt discusses her debut memoir, OVERCOME.

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On the Futility of Defying Extinction

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Always, when my father spoke to me in words I could not understand, my guilt spoke back.

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A Rare Bird in the World: Talking with Birute Putrius

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Birute Putrius discusses her second novel, THE LAST BOOK SMUGGLER.

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The Supplicant Undertaker

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Is it too much to ask: a girl to want her father to keep his feet firmly in the soil of the living?

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with T Kira Madden

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T Kira Madden discusses her debut memoir, LONG LIVE THE TRIBE OF FATHERLESS GIRLS.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #166: T Kira Madden

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“I want to always fight for art, not against it.”

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Peripheral Terror: Total Recall by Samantha Giles

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There is horror in how a memory can be altered or rendered “false” by exterior forces.

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