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Mary McMyne reviews Jeannine Hall Gailey's The Robot Scientist's Daughter today in Rumpus Poetry.
From: The Rumpus | By: Mary McMyne | Saturday, February 28, 2015
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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club chats with Kathleen Ossip about her new book, The Do Over, Catholic school, the afterlife, poem-like things, and how form sets sorely-needed limits.
From: The Rumpus | By: The Rumpus Book Club | Monday, March 2, 2015
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Sometimes you want to dream about the life you didn’t get to have. Sometimes you want to see the life you were lucky to escape.
From: The Rumpus | By: Amanda Miska | Saturday, February 28, 2015
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Folk tales are a shared genealogy. To read them is to recognize where one story descends from another, to learn the preoccupations of the storytellers and their communities, to make note of universal tales whose concerns are eternal, and to see where...
From: The Rumpus | By: Phillip Garcia | Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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A new bibliography cataloguing the various editions of Harry Potter publications will help readers identify which edition of the books they own. The collection will also reveal secrets of JK Rowling’s edits, reports the Guardian. The 544-page book...
From: The Rumpus | By: Ian MacAllen | Monday, March 2, 2015
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The Oyster Review caught up with Edwin Frank, the NYRB Classics publisher of forgotten works from the 50s—and the 70s, 80s, and 90s.Related Posts:This Week in Short Fiction: Thus Were Their Faces by Silvina OcampoVoting With ChampionsThis Week in Short...
From: The Rumpus | By: Bryan Washington | Monday, March 2, 2015
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On February 26, 1995, just about twenty years ago, Newsweek published an article by Clifford Stoll called “Why the Internet Won’t Be Nirvana.” In it, Stoll provides a litany of faults to be found in the nascent web. Although there’s a decidedly...
From: The Rumpus | By: Max Gray | Monday, March 2, 2015
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THE LAST MAN ON EARTH★★★★★Hello, and welcome to my week-by-week review of everything in the world. Today I am reviewing The Last Man on Earth!Actor and comedian Will Forte got his big break writing jokes for celebrated comedienne Jenny McCarthy,...
From: The Rumpus | By: Ted Wilson | Monday, March 2, 2015
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The Public Domain Review takes a look at The Comic History of Rome, a book that satirized Roman history as well as Victorian society.Related Posts:Neanderthals in 3DEurope’s First Taste of ChocolateThe Importance of Being SatireFun with JaneSatirical...
From: The Rumpus | By: Phillip Garcia | Monday, March 2, 2015
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Monday 3/2: It’s the first Monday of the month, which means Speakeasy is here for you to practice that thing you’ve been working on to someone other than your cats friends. Signups start at 7:45 p.m., readings begin at 8 p.m....
From: The Rumpus | By: Xach Fromson | Monday, March 2, 2015
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First, sacrifice is the key to artistic growth in Grant Snider’s “Creative Processor.”And in the Saturday Essay, Amanda Miska realizes she is making the object of her love into a “myth,” into “the version of the story that [she] wanted to...
From: The Rumpus | By: Max Gray | Monday, March 2, 2015
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That Guy in Your MFA is neither a guy nor a student in an MFA program. He’s actually a woman, Dana Schwartz, a Brown University undergraduate. Schwartz also runs the twitter Dystopian YA Novel that satirizes series like Divergent. She tells Chicago...
From: The Rumpus | By: Ian MacAllen | Monday, March 2, 2015
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Ava Kofman reviews The First Bad Man by Miranda July today in Rumpus Books.
From: The Rumpus | By: Ava Kofman | Monday, March 2, 2015
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A.N. Denver geeks out on Kelly Link over at Longreads:Be assured, serious readers, that there is no more successful writer at walking the edge of speculation and genre. She’s so good at what she does, that it makes her work nearly impossible to describe...
From: The Rumpus | By: Bryan Washington | Monday, March 2, 2015
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We are always falling, all the time, under the sway of one another, in and out of love.
From: The Rumpus | By: David L. Ulin | Sunday, March 1, 2015
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Saturday 2/28: Tom McCarthy reads Satin Island, a novel about writing the Great Report. 192 Books, 7 p.m., free.Claudia Rankine and Elizabeth Alexander read from their latest works. McNally Jackson, 7 p.m., free.Sunday 3/1: Joanna Fuhrman, Shelley Marlow,...
From: The Rumpus | By: Ian MacAllen | Saturday, February 28, 2015
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From: The Rumpus | By: Arielle Bernstein | Saturday, February 28, 2015
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From: The Rumpus | By: Grant Snider | Saturday, February 28, 2015
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