Column by Jay Wilburn November 8, 2021
Are you a writer or an author? This simple question can get more complicated the deeper you dig. Jay Wilburn asked several creators then analyzed the results.
Column by Brandon Tietz February 26, 2013
New literary magazines may seem like a way to rustle up a quick publication to add to the resume, but you might just be wasting your story with empty credentials.
Column by Brandon Tietz June 15, 2012
Two readings: one book store, one bar. Which was better? Well, it depends on if you prefer alcohol or silence more.
News by Hanna Brooks Olsen March 19, 2012
Which forces us to all ask the question: if Toni Morrison's life isn't interesting enough for a memoir, is anyone's?
News by Brandon Tietz January 3, 2012
The Rumpus is starting a print subscription called 'Letters In the Mail,' in which notable authors will write letters to subscribers.
Interview by Kasey Carpenter November 16, 2011
We sit down with Mark Richard to discuss his memoir, HOUSE OF PRAYER NO. 2; his screenwriting life, and the years that made him the man he is today.
Column by Brandon Tietz November 15, 2011
Authors have a pretty standard lexicon of advice they give to young writers, but sometimes it's what you don't do that matters most.
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky November 3, 2011
Cult author Dennis Cooper discusses his latest novel, "The Marbled Swarm," as well as his history of sex and violence.
News by Brandon Tietz October 18, 2011
Tyra Banks wrote a book that made the New York Time's bestseller's list, and no, hell has not froze over, but she did start to lose her hair.
Interview by Kasey Carpenter October 18, 2011
We sit down with Chuck Palahniuk to discuss the thinking behind his new novel, DAMNED.