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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

The Rumpus Interview With Gregory Pardlo: ‘This is a critical moment’ December 1, 2016: At the Rumpus, Danielle Susi interviews Gregory Pardlo! It’s a beautiful lead: “It’s difficult not to become entranced by Gregory Pardlo’s story. His poems alone will deeply affect [...] by

‘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