Linwood Rumney received the Creative Writing Fellowship from the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, MA and will be going there this fall to complete archival research for a poetry project. You can revisit Linwood in Issue 94 of PBQ. Congrats! We wish you the best of luck with your research.
Linwood Rumney Publishes First Book
Painted Bride Quarterly is proud to celebrate that one of our writers, Linwood Rumney, has just released his first book, Abandoned Earth, which was awarded the Gival Press Poetry Award. Rumney was first featured in PBQ with “Bao Xishin in Beijieng” in Issue 94/Locals. Congratulations, Linwood, we are excited to see more great things from […]
Linwood Rumney: Bao Xishin in Beijing
“Long Arms of World’s Tallest Man Saves [sic] Dolphins” USA Today, 12/14/2006 No one knows why both dolphins tried to chew through their tank walls, nor can scientists say why a herdsman from the mountain plains grew so tall, yet when caretakers wrapped towels around the dolphins’ beaks to pry their jaws open and keep […]
Linwood Rumney: The Uncertainty Principle
—after The Nutty Professor (1996) Beside Eddie Murphy there is always another Eddie Murphy even more convincingly Eddie Murphy than the last Eddie Murphy visited upon you.
Linwood Rumney is the author of Abandoned Earth, winner of the 17th Annual Gival Press Poetry Award. Poems, translations, and essays have appeared in Crab Orchard Review, Kenyon Review Online, Ploughshares, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Puerto del Sol, The Southern Review, and elsewhere. He lives in Cincinnati, where he recently completed a PhD as a Taft […]