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Taking Care: A Conversation with Alix Ohlin

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Alix Ohlin discusses her new story collection, WE WANT WHAT WE WANT.

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Elizabeth Gonzalez James

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Elizabeth Gonzalez James discusses her debut novel, MONA AT SEA.

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The Dangerous Myth of the “Perfect Victim”: A Conversation with Jonathan Parks-Ramage

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Jonathan Parks-Ramage discusses his debut novel, YES, DADDY.

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Reimagining the Whole Damn World: A Conversation with Sonora Jha

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Sonora Jha discusses her new book, HOW TO RAISE A FEMINIST SON.

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Still Wouldst Thou Sing: Nightingale by Paisley Rekdal

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Figures from antiquity—those masks of learned, privileged poets—are rendered utterly contemporary, down to earth.

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Re-Contextualizing Dolly Parton in Her Full Glory: Talking with Sarah Smarsh

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Sarah Smarsh discusses her new book, SHE COME BY IT NATURAL.

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Through a Prism: A Conversation with Sarah Kasbeer

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Sarah Kasbeer discusses her debut essay collection, A WOMAN, A PLAN, AN OUTLINE OF A MAN.

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The Complications of #MeToo: Mary Gaitskill’s This Is Pleasure

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Quin, too, must make sense of his behavior and the consequences.

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Telling Our Own Stories: A Conversation with Kate Reed Petty

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Kate Reed Petty discusses her debut novel, TRUE STORY.

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Learning to Listen: A Conversation with Natalia Hero

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Natalia Hero discusses her debut novella, HUM.

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Karmic Moments: A Conversation with Christina Chiu

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Christina Chiu discusses her forthcoming novel, BEAUTY.

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Fraught Woods: Chelsea Rathburn’s Still Life with Mother and Knife

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These are the woods through which we walk from an early age.

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A Decade of Surface over Significance: Sleeveless by Natasha Stagg

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A former editor at V, Stagg is no stranger to the slippage between life and editorial.

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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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Stories We Tell Ourselves: A Conversation with Miranda Popkey

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Miranda Popkey discusses her debut novel, TOPICS OF CONVERSATION.

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Translating Desire: The Erotic-Macabre Poetry of Joyce Mansour

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…women’s writing has often been deemed too dark, too sultry, too frigid, too hysterical.

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Energizing the Choir: A Conversation with Lindy West

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Lindy West discusses her new essay collection, THE WITCHES ARE COMING.

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Expunging the Bogeyman: Sady Doyle’s Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers

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The root of these imagined, monstrous versions of women, Doyle argues, is fear.

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Anger Is the Engine: A Conversation with Lilly Dancyger

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Lilly Dancyger discusses BURN IT DOWN: WOMEN WRITING ABOUT ANGER.

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So Funny It Kills: Getting Serious with Leland Cheuk

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Leland Cheuk discusses his new novel, NO GOOD VERY BAD ASIAN.

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ENOUGH: Good Girls Don’t Sing

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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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Art, Action, and Redaction: A Conversation with Isobel O’Hare

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Isobel O’Hare discusses her debut full-length collection, ALL THIS CAN BE YOURS.

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What to Read When the Patriarchy’s Got You Down

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Contributors to INDELIBLE IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS share a reading list to fight the patriarchy blues.

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Mama’s Fancy Stripper Heels: Working Mothers Dish

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[A] person’s labor is not indicative of their parenting.

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You Are Your Own Director: A Conversation with Karen Finley

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Karen Finley discusses her most recent book, GRABBING PUSSY.

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Transcending the Trauma: A Conversation with Tracy Strauss

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Tracy Strauss discusses her debut memoir, I JUST HAVEN’T MET YOU YET.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #179: Miriam Toews

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“The root causes of patriarchal violence need to be understood.”

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Michele Filgate

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Michele Filgate discusses WHAT MY MOTHER AND I DON’T TALK ABOUT.

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