Category Archives: patriarchy

ENOUGH: The Quartering Act

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary those that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** The Quartering Act Rachael Petersen […]

A Confluence of Narratives: Talking with Debra Gwartney

Narcissa Prentiss Whitman might sound an unlikely heroine these days. The Christian missionary is usually thought-about the primary white lady to cross the Rocky Mountains, and the primary to bear a toddler in what would grow to be the Oregon Territory. In 1847, she was amongst fourteen settlers killed by Cayuse Indians on the Whitman […]

The Invisible Story Beneath the Story: A Conversation with Catherine Chung

To learn Catherine Chung is to reside inside her worlds. With language that stuns because it captivates, her characters steal the coronary heart. This was the distinctive magic of her debut novel, Forgotten Nation, and I discovered myself equally spellbound by The Tenth Muse. Although vastly totally different, each novels cross continents of their seek […]

The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #179: Miriam Toews

In her deeply affecting novel about her sister’s suicide, All My Puny Sorrows, Miriam Toews writes, “Books are what save us. Books are what don’t save us.” She echoed this sentiment years later in a current dialog with Meg Wolitzer at The Middle for Fiction: “Words can save our lives… and also can’t.” The very […]

ENOUGH: Rape of a Goddess

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to creating a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary those that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** Rape of a Goddess Danette […]

ENOUGH: I Think I Wanted It

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary people who interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** blackout Charlotte Covey he by […]

ENOUGH: Beneath the Towering Pines

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary folks that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** Beneath the Towering Pines Liv […]

The Thread: The Stories We’ve Been Told

Perhaps it was her blonde hair. Perhaps it was the headline: “Kirsten Gillibrand Speaks Mandarin. But Everyone Is Talking About Pete Buttigieg’s Norweigan Instead.” Perhaps it was simply that it’s election time once more. One thing summoned the ghost of Tracy Flick, ferocious protagonist of Tom Perrotta’s novel, Election, and the film of the identical identify. […]

ENOUGH: Remember the Time

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary folks that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** she remembered it abruptly… Lauren […]

ENOUGH: Eating Toast and Talking about Sexual Assault

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary people who interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** Eating Toast and Talking about […]