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‘Write What Scares You Most’: Arielle Greenberg at the Rumpus August 16, 2016: On the eve of her newest collection of “micro-essays,” Locally Made Panties, poet Arielle Greenberg speaks to Rumpus’s Nicole Guappone about love, loss, and the panties we wear. The [...] by

Reading Anne Carson’s Reissued Short Talks July 28, 2016: Iris Dunkle reviews the recently reissued Short Talks by Anne Carson, a “call back to the reader.” “The book is made up of a series of lyric prose poems written in a voice that is [...] by

Rumpus Reviews Solmaz Sharif’s Look June 17, 2016: At the Rumpus, Brandon Amico reviews Solmaz Sharif’s newest collection of poetry, Look. A response to her life in the United States after her family was displaced by conflict, this new [...] by

The Rumpus Interviews Ravi Shankar June 15, 2016: Ravi Shankar is interviewed at The Rumpus! Co-editor, with Alvin Pang in New Haven, of the recent anthology, Union: 15 Years of Drunken Boat, 50 Years of Writing from Singapore (Ethos Books and [...] by

Cole Swensen on Her Series of Walks May 10, 2016: Cole Swensen spoke to The Rumpus about walking and her recent travels: “My focus is on the rhythmic relationship between body and ground and the visual relationships among the elements of the [...] by

The Rumpus Contends With the Lives of POC Writers in Connection to the Complicated South March 28, 2016: The Rumpus is all about conversations. And now, The Conversation. Founded by Aziza Barnes and Nabila Lovelace, The Conversation is an interview-and-poetry series “rooted in carving out space [...] by

‘Vision makes poems’: An Interview With Robyn Schiff March 21, 2016: At the Rumpus, Robyn Schiff lets loose a deluge of wisdom in an interview with Emma Winsor Wood. The two focus on Schiff’s latest title A Woman of Property, questions of form, motherhood, epics [...] by

Maria Anderson Interviews Laura Mullen at The Rumpus March 11, 2016: According to Writer’s Almanac, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was published today in 1818, and so, perhaps it’s fitting that this interview with Laura Mullen by Maria Anderson ponders [...] by

Looking Again at Stevie Smith’s All the Poems February 25, 2016: Stevie Smith’s All the Poems is considered by Barbara Berman at The Rumpus. “That she wasn’t especially original makes All the Poems no less piercing to read, in large part because she [...] by

What’s in a Line: Anselm Berrigan’s Come In Alone February 19, 2016: Good news: The Rumpus has Patrick James Dunagan reviewing Anselm Berrigan’s newest book, Come In Alone (Wave Books, 2016). “Berrigan has successfully defined his own one-shot lyric form. [...] by