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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

Rumpus Poetry Book Club Visits Camille Rankine February 17, 2016: Camille Rankine visits Rumpus Poetry Book Club where she responds to questions about the process of writing her latest book, Incorrect Merciful Impulses, and discusses her MFA experience, student [...] by

Reincarnated as a Poet: The Mystery of Ellen Bass January 13, 2016: At The Rumpus, a piece on the “vanishing” of poet Ellen Bass, who had the pleasure of hearing her own poem chosen by Philip Levine for a 2013 New Yorker podcast. “Bass was so [...] by

The Rumpus Interviews Elisa Gabbert January 7, 2016: In other news, Mensah Demary interviews Elisa Gabbert for The Rumpus. Although their discussion has been in the works for “a year now,” according to Demary, the finished product is a [...] by

The Dollers in Conversation at The Rumpus November 24, 2015: At The Rumpus, Maria Anderson speaks with Ben and Sandra Doller for their on-going interview series, on the occasion of the Dollers’s new collaboration, The Yesterday Project. Here’s [...] by

Robin Coste Lewis’s Voyage of the Sable Venus Reviewed at The Rumpus November 20, 2015: We’ll leave off the week with a thorough consideration of Robin Coste Lewis’s National Book Award-winning title, Voyage of the Sable Venus, as reviewed by Diana Arterian at The Rumpus. [...] by

The Rumpus Reviews Claudia Emerson’s Final Collection impossible bottle October 14, 2015: Claudia Emerson died shortly after completing impossible bottle, which deals with her family’s struggle with cancer and ominously builds to Emerson’s own prognosis. This week The Rumpus [...] by

The Rumpus Rethinks The New Yorker’s Kenny Goldsmith Piece October 6, 2015: With all this backlash, you wonder if The New Yorker is maybe rethinking on its own behalf… Yesterday The Rumpus published its own wrap-up of responses to Alec Wilkinson’s New Yorker [...] by

The Sense of Astonishment in Major Jackson’s Roll Deep September 24, 2015: Major Jackson’s newest collection, Roll Deep (W.W. Norton, 2015) is reviewed by J. Mae Barizo for The Rumpus. “With a modern yet lyric sensibility, the poems in Roll Deep are a testament [...] by

‘There is also a radical hope’: Ada Limón Talks With The Rumpus Book Club September 18, 2015: Ada Limón talks with The Rumpus Poetry Book Club about her new book Bright Dead Things (Milkweed Editions). Limón discusses her influences: “The title is from the poem, ‘I Remember the [...] by