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Life as a Series of Small Gestures: Talking with Jennifer Fliss

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Jennifer Fliss discusses her debut story collection, THE PREDATORY ANIMAL BALL.

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Filling in the Missing Patchwork: A Conversation with Steven Reigns

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Steven Reigns discusses his newest poetry collection, A QUILT FOR DAVID.

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Finding Meaning at the Edge of Reality: Talking with Elissa Washuta

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Elissa Washuta discusses her new essay collection, WHITE MAGIC.

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The Trauma of Surviving: Tastes Like War by Grace M. Cho

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Amid all this survival, Cho carries the reader through with the comfort of food.

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Wow, Mom!: Mom Genes by Abigail Tucker

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The best books I have read about motherhood have not reassured me that these feelings will resolve.

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Performing Violence: A Conversation with Jocelyn Nicole Johnson

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Jocelyn Nicole Johnson discusses her debut story collection, MY MONTICELLO.

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Searching for Who We Want to Be: A Conversation with Trisha R. Thomas

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Trisha R. Thomas discusses her new novel, WHAT PASSES AS LOVE.

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Starting with Fire: A Conversation with Mai Der Vang

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Mai Der Vang discusses her new poetry collection, YELLOW RAIN.

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There Are No Rules: A Conversation with Jo Lloyd

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Jo Lloyd discusses her debut story collection, SOMETHING WONDERFUL.

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Cai Emmons

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Cai Emmons discusses her new novel, SINKING ISLANDS.

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The Tragedy of Hope: Talking with Willa C. Richards

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Willa C. Richards discusses her debut novel, THE COMFORT OF MONSTERS.

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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Kevin Simmonds

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Kevin Simmonds discusses his new collection, THE MONSTER I AM TODAY.

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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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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Mariana Oliver and Julia Sanches

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Author Mariana Oliver and translator Julia Sanches discuss MIGRATORY BIRDS.

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To Set Asunder: The Separation and Synthesis of Tiana Nobile’s Cleave

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A word becomes a reckoning, a reconciling of contradiction.

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Hypocrisy Is Ripe for Stories: Talking with Melissa Scholes Young

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Melissa Scholes Young discusses her new novel, THE HIVE.

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Uncollapsing Memory: A Conversation with Vince Granata

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Vince Granata discusses his debut memoir, EVERYTHING IS FINE.

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Playing House: A Conversation with Megan Culhane Galbraith

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Megan Culhane Galbraith discusses her debut book, THE GUILD OF THE INFANT SAVIOUR.

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The Seductive Nature of Faith: Talking with Alex McElroy

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Alex McElroy discusses their debut novel, THE ATMOSPHERIANS.

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Investigative but Intimate: A Conversation with Robert L. Shuster

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Robert L. Shuster discusses his debut novel, TO ZENZI.

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Black Motherhood as Literary Creation: Talking with Kaitlyn Greenidge

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Kaitlyn Greenidge discusses her new novel, LIBERTIE.

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Begin with Language: Talking with Becka Mara McKay

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Becka Mara McKay discusses her new poetry collection, THE LITTLE BOOK OF NO CONSOLATION.

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Making a Shelter of Language: A Conversation with Bhaswati Ghosh

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Bhaswati Ghosh discusses her debut novel, VICTORY COLONY, 1950.

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Claiming Space to Matter: Talking with Jennifer Berney

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Jennifer Berney discusses her debut memoir, THE OTHER MOTHERS.

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On Relic and Recovery: A Conversation with Kimiko Hahn

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Poet Kimiko Hahn discusses her new collection, FOREIGN BODIES.

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The Discourse of Undocumentedness: Talking with Karla Cornejo Villavicencio

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Karla Cornejo Villavicencio discusses her first book, THE UNDOCUMENTED AMERICANS.

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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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Community Destroyed, Memories Reconstructed: A Conversation with Vivian Gibson

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Vivian Gibson discusses her debut memoir, THE LAST CHILDREN OF MILL CREEK.

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