Literary events taking place virtually this week!
Tags: Adam Rothman, Adelle Waldman, Aimee Molloy, Akwaeke Emezi, Alina Stefanescu, Amalia Oliva Rojas, Andrew H. Knoll, Andy Abramowitz, Andy Marlowe, Ann Daramola, Ann Lauterbach, Anthony Ocampo, Ashia Ajani, Audrey Sioeng, Aviya Kushner, Bhanu Kapil, Bronwen Tate, Caroline Leavitt, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Charles Jensen, Chet'la Sebree, Chris Clements, Christine Mangan, Christine Smallwood, Christopher Kondrich, Cole Pragides, Crystophver R, Danielle Henderson, Darla Himeles, Dave Osmundsen, David Higdon, David Woo, Diamond Forde, Diana Khoi Nguyen, Donna Ward, Elsa Barraza Mendoza, Emily Holland, Emily Ranson, Esmé Weijun Wang, Eugene Schacht, gillian flynn, Gina Yashere, Hanif Abdurraqib, Jackie Shannon Hollis, Jennifer A. Howard, Jonathan Parks-Ramage, Jory Pomeranz, Jose Antonio Vargas, Kate Zambreno, Kathleen Ossip, Kevin Prufer, Kiese Laymon, kristen arnett, Larry Watson, laura van den berg, Lauret Savoy, Laurie Frankel, Lionel Shriver, Lisa Alexander, Lisa Taddeo, Martha Cooley, Matthew Clark Davison, Maxine Bedat, Meg Kearney, Meredith Talusan, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Michael Punke, Michelle Orange, Mihaela Moscaliuc, Mikki Kendall, Mohamed Kheir, Moya Bailey, Natalie Mislang Mann, Natashia Deon, Nick Zelle, Notable Online, Paul Lisicky, Paul Mendez, Rainbow Rowell, Raven Leilani, Rivcha Galchen, rivka galchen, Robin Moger, Rocio Franco, Samantha DeFlitch, Senthuran Varatharajah, Shadiin Garcia, Sofía Aguilar, Stephanie Danler, Susan Scarf Merrell, Tara Campbell, Tiana Nobile, Viva Padilla, Yasmine El Rashidi
Literary events in and around NYC this week!
Tags: Akilah Hughes, Alex Segura, Alison Gaylin, Ambai, Amy Goodman, Angie Cruz, Ann Patchett, Annalee Newitz, Anne Boyer, Öykü Tekten, billy bragg, Briallen Hopper, Brittany Allen, Catherine Chung, Dan Magaziner, David Lehman, Dorothea Lasky, Ed Morales, eileen myles, Elisabet Velasquez, Fariha Róisín, Greg Nissan, Ibtisam Azem, Ijeoma Oluo, Jackson Bird, jenna wortham, Jennifer Croft, Johanna Fateman, Karen Weiser, kate colby, Katrina Dodson, kristen arnett, Laura Prescott, Lauren Duca, Lauren Goldenberg, Leslie Jamison, Liz Howard, Lux Alptraum, Margot H. Knight, Mary H.K. Choi, Meghan O'Rourke, Michele Filgate, mike sacks, Miriam Atkin, Molly Crabapple, Mona Awad, Morgan Jerkins, Morgan Vo, N.K. Jemisin, Natasha Lennard, Nick Mancusi, Nikole Hannah-Jones, notable new york, Notable NYC, Olivia Divecchia, Paul Lisicky, Rainbow Rowell, Ricardo Maldonado, Ru Freeman, S.A. Chakraborty, Sarah M. Broom, sarah weinman, Scott Johnston, Sean Jacobs, Sigrid Nunez, Sion Dayson, Susan Choi, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Tara Homasi, tEd Morales, Timothy Donnelly, with Meghan O'Rourke, Zoe Hitzi
Rumpus editors recommend the best books to gift children, from new releases to classics they cherished through their own childhoods.
Tags: A Child of Books, A Different Pond, Adam Lehrhaupt, Angie Thomas, Anna Emilia Laitinen, Bao Phi, Breathe and Be, Brendan Wenzel, Chicken in Space, Christian Robinson, christmas, Claire Masurel, Dean Hale, edward gorey, eleanor & park, Elise Gravel, Elizabeth Verdick, Ellen Raskin, Eloise at Christmastime, Eric Litwin, Erika L. Sanchez, Everywhere Wonder, Extraordinary People, Ezra Jack Keats, Hanukkah, Hilary Knight, holiday gifts, holidays, I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, If Found...Please Return to Elise Gravel, Joan Aiken, John Bellairs, Kady MacDonald Denton, Kate Coombs, Kay Thompson, Last Stop in Market Street, LeUyen Pham, Marc Rosenthal, Matt de la Peña, Matthew Swanson, Michael Hearst, Molly Knox Ostertag, Nina LaCour, Nova Ren Suma, Oliver Jeffers, Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, Princess Daisy and the Dragon and the Nincompoop Knights, Rainbow Rowell, reading recommendations, Robbi Behr, Sam Winston, Shahar Kober, Shannon Hale, Small Walt, Steven Lenton, Susan Cooper, The Dark Is Rising, The Disenchantments, The Hate U Give, The House with a Clock in Its Walls, The Princess in Black, The Snowy Day, The Thankful Book, The Walls Around Us, The Westing Game, The Witch Boy, The Wolves of Willoughby Chase, They All Saw a Cat, Todd Parr, Two Homes, What to Read When
At Tor.com, Natalie Zutter looks at fandom’s remix culture through the lens of Rainbow Rowell’s Carry On novel, itself a remix of the Harry Potter series and countless Chosen One narratives.
Rainbow Rowell talks about her new novel,
Landline, the writing advice she refuses to follow, and young adult fiction. ...more
Tags: Attachments, eleanor & park, Fangirl, fiction, Georgie McCool, imposter syndrome, Landline, marian keyes, novels, pixar, Rainbow Rowell, starbucks, Stephen King, writers, writing, writing advice, YA Fiction, young adult
I was born in 1986, the year that this story takes place, but like Eleanor I remember sitting on a boy’s carpet and feeling uncomfortable and excited and getting mixtapes and shaking for hours after kissing someone once.