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Sandra Marchetti reviews Kristina Marie Darling's Fortress today in Rumpus Poetry.
From: The Rumpus | By: Sandra Marchetti | Friday, November 28, 2014
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The film was not risky, entirely creative, or a completely necessary addition, but it was a fun sort of “update” for fans of the original Dumb and Dumber.
From: The Rumpus | By: Sophie Schildhause | Friday, November 28, 2014
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This holiday season, give the gift of The Rumpus. We have plenty of holiday gift options for the well-read optimist or literary child in your life, and we’re kicking things off with a Black Friday sale!Today only, all books are $10....
From: The Rumpus | By: The Rumpus | Friday, November 28, 2014
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Woody Brown reviews Man V. Nature by Diane Cook today in Rumpus Books.
From: The Rumpus | By: Woody Brown | Thursday, November 27, 2014
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Related Posts:THE BINS: Nihilism Mirror on the WallAll Over Coffee #294THE BINS: Food Critic THE BINS: CHORTLES...
From: The Rumpus | By: Lucas Adams | Thursday, November 27, 2014
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Most turkeys, even uncooked ones, cannot fly very well. This must be a magical floating turkey.
From: The Rumpus | By: Kevin Sampsell | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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We’re sending our next Letter For Kids from Edith Cohn. Edith writes to us about mysteries, and what it takes to solve them. She also gives an inside look at how writers try to keep us from guessing the real villain of a story!...
From: The Rumpus | By: The Rumpus | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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A newspaper columnist, a National Book Award winner, and some strangers get on a train… At the Times, Alexandra Alter writes about bumping into Phil Klay on the F train.Related Posts:Final TourThis Week in Short FictionRedeployment by Phil Klay and...
From: The Rumpus | By: Bryan Washington | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Wednesday 11/26: The Berkeley Slam presents Sock Puppet Slam—yes, all three-minute poems are performed with sock puppets, with special guest feature Caitlin Gill ($7-10, 7:30 p.m. signup, show at 8:15 p.m., The Starry Plough).Saturday 11/29: Evan Morgan...
From: The Rumpus | By: Evan Karp | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Women read books written by women and men read books written by men, reports the Guardian. A study of Goodreads data suggests that people prefer reading books written by those who share their gender. The study also reveals that men and women read roughly...
From: The Rumpus | By: Ian MacAllen | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Etgar Keret has a new short story at the New Yorker, and an interview with Deborah Treisman afterwards. When she asks him about the piece’s political connotations, he gifts her the courtesy of a joke:There is an old Israeli joke about an Israeli-Palestinian...
From: The Rumpus | By: Bryan Washington | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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What is it about the stacks that gets everyone so hot and bothered? Over at The Millions, Elisabeth Cohen explores the Mary/Magdalene dichotomy in the figure of the female librarian:The whole good-natured romp of it bespeaks a clear message: Bad girls...
From: The Rumpus | By: Roxie Pell | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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From: The Rumpus | By: Tony Millionaire | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Richard Ford discusses his new book, Let Me Be Frank With You, how metaphor shapes our world, and why he doesn't like the idea he has a battery to recharge.
From: The Rumpus | By: Ben Pfeiffer | Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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