Category Archives: Patsy

Barrel of Love, an Immigrant Story

The arrival of a barrel from America was an enormous occasion in my family. I should have been about six when the primary one got here. Or perhaps I used to be 5. I do know it was an age once I might make out the identify of the sender—my father’s identify boldly written with […]

What to Read When You Want to Celebrate Black History

It’s Black History Month, and whereas The Rumpus celebrates writing by black artists year-round, we expect it’s particularly essential to share an inventory of labor written solely by black writers this month. We requested our editors for his or her favourite writing that speaks to black historical past previous, current, and future—we’re particularly enthusiastic about […]