In this lush and raw account, musicians play, voices harmonize and then separate again, town after Alaska town rolls by… and Waterfield searches for home. ...more
Tags: absent father, absent fathers, absent mother, absent mothers, absent parent, Alaska, Anchorage, book review, Borrowed Finery, childhood, community, depression, Fairbanks, family, Frank Conroy, Inside Passage, Keema Waterfield, Mary Karr, memoir, mothers, mothers and daughters, music festivals, parents, Paula Fox, Portage, review, Ronit Feinglass Plank, Ronit Plank, sexual abuse, single motherhood, Single Mothers, Stop-Time, The Liars Club
“We have to create spaces for all voices to be heard in us.”
Tags: athletes, body image, Deborah Eisenberg, disordered eating, Division I, Don DeLillo, eating disorders, fathers, fathers and daughters, Female athletes, grief, Jaclyn Gilbert, Kristina Bicher, Late Air, Paula Fox, running, The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project, trauma, virginia woolf, women's bodies, yale
This week, Rumpus books reviewed a book of alternate versions of The Odyssey, novels by Jillian Weise and Heidi Durrow, and a book of poetry by D.W. Lichtenberg. Also, we had an incredible interview with Paula Fox.
Tags: A Journey Round My Skull, d w lichtenberg, Geothe, Heidi Durrow, Jillian Weise, Paula Fox, The Ancient Book of Hip, The Colony, The Girl Who Fell from the Sky, The Lost Books of the Odyssey, Zachary Mason