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Jerald Walker discusses his memoir, The World in Flames: A Black Boyhood in a White Supremacist Doomsday Cult, the story of his childhood in The Worldwide Church of God, and how the act of writing delivered him from bitterness.
From: The Rumpus | By: Alden Jones | Friday, January 20, 2017
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Robert Rosenberger reviews The Bill of Rights: The Fight to Secure America's Liberties today in Rumpus Books.
From: The Rumpus | By: Robert Rosenberger | Thursday, January 19, 2017
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In the end, although I wanted you to be more like Charles Bronson or Malcolm or Luke Cage, I am very proud to have witnessed your historic presidency—the successes, and even the disappointments.
From: The Rumpus | By: John Sims | Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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Each day from January 7 to January 20, Rumpus Original Poems will feature poetry written in response to the coming presidential inauguration. Today’s poems are from Airea D. Matthews.
From: The Rumpus | By: Rumpus Original Poems | Friday, January 20, 2017
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Our First 100 Days, started in conjunction with Secretly Group and 30 Songs, 30 Days, will release 100 previously unreleased songs via Bandcamp throughout Trump’s first 100 days in office. Sold in a subscription format for a minimum contribution...
From: The Rumpus | By: Allyson McCabe | Friday, January 20, 2017
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We poets do not believe the world belongs to us. Our existence is a miracle, and yet we know our world is limited.
From: The Rumpus | By: David Biespiel | Friday, January 20, 2017
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Dark day, today. And a frustratingly relevant poem, visceral and bursting with rage. Audre Lorde is a hero to anyone who has felt similar rage towards injustice. She taught us so much and we’re still here, trying to decipher the difference between...
From: The Rumpus | By: Kyle Williams | Friday, January 20, 2017
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Friday 1/20: Protest your ass off here, here, or really anywhere. Be safe and take care of each other. Then visit Women & Children First to celebrate the launch of Fail Better by Beyza Ozer and I Am Heavy w/ Feeling by Alexis Pope and Joshua Young....
From: The Rumpus | By: Jonathan McDaniel | Friday, January 20, 2017
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Maureen Alsop reviews Christina Cook's A Strange Insomnia today in Rumpus Poetry.
From: The Rumpus | By: Maureen Alsop | Friday, January 20, 2017
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From: The Rumpus | By: Kevin Thomas | Friday, January 20, 2017
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  Related Posts: This Week in Trumplandia Binary States of America: A Letter to Obama The Rumpus Review of Rogue One The Rumpus Inaugural Poems: Leila Chatti This Week in Trumplandia...
From: The Rumpus | By: Argyle C. Klopnik, Esq. | Friday, January 20, 2017
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Each day from January 7 to January 20, Rumpus Original Poems will feature poetry written in response to the coming presidential inauguration. Today’s poems are from Kyle Dargan.
From: The Rumpus | By: Rumpus Original Poems | Thursday, January 19, 2017
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A tranquil beach town named Jarmuli is the setting of Anuradha Roy’s third novel, Sleeping on Jupiter, which won the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature and made the longlist for the 2015 Man Booker Prize. Four older women travel as friends in search...
From: The Rumpus | By: Tochi Onyebuchi | Thursday, January 19, 2017
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This show’s true strength is its diverse portrayal of African-American subjectivity and morality, amongst both the male and female characters.
From: The Rumpus | By: Rebecca Bodenheimer | Thursday, January 19, 2017
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Today, the so-called British Invasion of the ’60s is remembered primarily for its flagship band, The Beatles. Another English group called The Animals—widely known for their international hit version of the folk song “House of the Rising Sun”—are...
From: The Rumpus | By: Max Gray | Thursday, January 19, 2017
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Thursday 1/19: Celebrate at the press party for the January edition of PQ Monthly. Scandals, 5 p.m., free. Experience the long-awaited showdown between Portland’s two most active slam-poetry scenes: Slamlandia vs. Portland Poetry Slam! Hosted by Robyn...
From: The Rumpus | By: Olivia Olivia | Thursday, January 19, 2017
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As Emerson recognizes, someone who couldn’t care less about how they come across is all the more charismatic and convincing.
From: The Rumpus | By: Sophie Atkinson | Thursday, January 19, 2017
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From January 7 to January 20, we will feature poetry written in response to the coming presidential inauguration. Today’s poems are from Lena Khalaf Tuffaha.
From: The Rumpus | By: Rumpus Original Poems | Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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Depending on how you track Tim Cohen’s prolific songwriting, Luck Man is either his first solo record or his fourth. This is a testament to the number of monikers that Cohen has used over the years to release the range of psych-inflected pop that...
From: The Rumpus | By: Liz Wood | Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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Wednesday 1/18: Litquake and the San Francisco Public Library present “No Shadow Without Light: Writers Respond to Trump” with readings by Elmaz Abinader, Faith Adiele, Robert Mailer Anderson, Devorah Major, Sarah Ladipo Manyika, Alejandro Murguia,...
From: The Rumpus | By: Charles Kruger | Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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Tara Betts discusses her newest collection, Break the Habit, the burden placed on black women artists to be both artist and activist, and why writing is rooted in identity.
From: The Rumpus | By: Deesha Philyaw | Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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