Minetta Review’s Spring 2014 issue is now available!

Dearest writers, artists and readers,

Our Spring 2014 issue of Minetta, subtitled “The Modern Minstrel”, has made its way into being! Click the cover image below to flip through it. We’d like to thank everyone who has helped with this process, from our lovely staff to all of our talented contributors. Physical copies will soon be available on Kimmel’s 7th floor.


If you are NYU-affiliated and would like to get involved with the Fall 2014 publication staff, you can join our listserv through which we will send out information about meeting times and events throughout the semester.  You can join our listserv for more information by sending a blank e-mail to join-minetta@lists.nyu.edu. For any inquiries please send an e-mail to minettasubmit@gmail.com.

We urge you to submit for the upcoming Fall 2014 issue as well, for which the deadline is November 15th, 2014, whatever your creative medium may be. We’ve already gotten some incredible poems, prose, art, flash fiction, and dramatic writing pieces. Whether you are a previous contributor or just heard about our publication, we would love to see your work in our inbox. Please check out our submissions guidelines for further information. We will keep this site up to date with any events we might have, such as upcoming Open Mics, so check back for that.

Thanks again for reading and contributing to the Minetta Review. We’re looking forward to another semester of reviewing and discussing your work, and producing another quality issue!

Warmest regards,

Katherine Holotko
Claudia Sbuttoni
Spring 2014

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