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From the Archive: The Rumpus Interview with Jade Sharma

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Jade Sharma discusses her first novel Problems, the complicated feelings that came with debuting to rave reviews, and her writing and editing processes.

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The Last Poem I Loved: “In Defense of Our Overgrown Garden” by Matthea Harvey

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I read poetry for enjoyment now, to feel seen, and to see the world differently.

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ENOUGH: How the President Broke Up My Marriage

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

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Bringing to Light: A Gathering and Tethering of Memory in Darla Himeles’s Cleave

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Poems echo, rebound, and speak to one another.

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Creating a Fractured Whole: Megan Culhane Galbraith’s The Guild of the Infant Saviour

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To have lost, found, and then lost again seems especially wrenching, a kind of unmothering.

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A Small Universe Set in Motion: Talking with Amanda Moore

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Amanda Moore discusses her debut poetry collection, REQUEENING.

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Finding Meaning in Where the Why Leads: Talking with Kyle Beachy

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Kyle Beachy discusses his new memoir, THE MOST FUN THING.

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How We Create Ourselves: Second Place by Rachel Cusk

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The voice reaches and reaches at answers to broad questions. Sometimes it pulls back pieces of insight and beauty.

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Rumpus Original Fiction: Barong

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Appearance aside, my boss took his work seriously.

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Malus Domestica

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Apples do not grow “true to seed,” meaning that what you put in the ground isn’t always what comes back out of it.

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It’s about Choices: Talking with Donika Kelly

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Donika Kelly discusses her new poetry collection, THE RENUNCIATIONS.

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The Ugly Side of Ambition: A Conversation with Joy Lanzendorfer

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Joy Lanzendorfer discusses her debut novel, RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM.

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Rumpus Original Fiction: Daddies and Sons

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When Jeb was old enough to have a family of his own, he hardly ever laid hands on his boys.

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The Legality of Love

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I remember when I learned there is a syntax to love.

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Hopeful Acts: Talking with Krys Malcolm Belc

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Krys Malcolm Belc discusses his debut memoir, THE NATURAL MOTHER OF THE CHILD.

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Subverting the Wild West: A Conversation with Anna North

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Anna North discusses her new novel, OUTLAWED.

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A Mother Is an Intellectual Thing

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I hope, by writing this, language can jar a wound.

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In All the History of Wanting

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For what, after all, is more monstrous than a woman who wants?

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