Follow Harriet on Twitter

About Harriet


Posts Tagged ‘The Rumpus’

The Rumpus Visits Brionne Janae June 1, 2017: For the Rumpus, Olivia Kate Cerrone visits Cave Canem Fellow Brionne Janae to talk about her debut poetry collection, After Jubilee. Janae explores her African-American heritage in her work and the [...] by

‘All my writing is a single book’: Lillian-Yvonne Bertram at The Rumpus April 7, 2017: Though it’s billed as a “mini-interview,” there’s enough packed into this piece at the Rumpus to leave the reader more than satisfied. Lillian-Yvonne Bertram discusses a range [...] by

‘I became very certain of what kind of poet I wanted to be’: The Rumpus Interviews Safiya Sinclair March 29, 2017: Laura Cresté’s Rumpus interview with award-winning poet Safiya Sinclair is a must-read. Cresté and Sinclair crossed paths while undergraduates at Bennington College, and perhaps it was this [...] by

Suzanne Buffam Interviewed at The Rumpus March 28, 2017: Suzanne Buffam–author of, most recently, A Pillow Book (Canarium Books, 2016)–is interviewed at The Rumpus. “Here in the post-election fog,” writes Alice Roche Cody, [...] by

Performing as an Altered State: Eileen Myles Interview at The Rumpus February 27, 2017: Zoe Tambling interviewed “poetry incarnate” Eileen Myles for The Rumpus, on the occasion of Myles’s poetry record, Aloha/irish trees, put out by Fonograf Editions last year (as [...] by

Clarence Major Interviewed at The Rumpus January 30, 2017: The multi-talented Clarence Major is interviewed at The Rumpus. Major doesn’t dabble in the variety of arts he practices, but rather he is an accomplished poet, painter, and novelist all at [...] by

Brent Cunningham on ‘Literary Infrastructure’ & the Importance of the NEA January 27, 2017: Poet and Small Press Distribution (SPD) Operations Director Brent Cunningham talks with The Rumpus about “literary infrastructure” and the NEA. “While the UK, for instance, has [...] by

Julie Marie Wade Interviews Dawn Lundy Martin at The Rumpus January 13, 2017: Third Wave Foundation and Black Took Collective Co-founder Dawn Lundy Martin spoke with Julie Marie Wade on a recent visit to Miami, where she spoke at the Miami Book Fair International, at the [...] by

Patrick James Dunagan Reviews Arcadia Road, a Celebration of Homesteading January 5, 2017: Patrick James Dunagan reviews Thorpe Moeckel’s Arcadia Road (Etruscan Press, 2015), a trilogy of long poems that Dunagan calls a “celebration of DIY homesteading.” “This [...] by

Poetic Journalism With Stacy Szymaszek December 28, 2016: While we were snoozing, over at the Rumpus Brandi Homan was hitting the beat and getting the story on Stacy Szymaszek’s latest book from Fence, Journal of Ugly Sites & Other Journals. [...] by