Fall 2015 Issue Is Now Live!

Minetta_Logo_Final_BlackTo our cherished writers, artists, and readers:

We’ve got a lot to share with you.

Let’s begin with our Spring 2015 issue, which is a carefully-curated selection of the best prose, poetry, and art on this side of the Mississippi. And on the other side too, for that matter: Minetta is a nation-wide sampling of work from students and up-and-coming artists of all ages.

We are very proud to present this issue to you and hope that it will whet your appetite for our  Fall 2015 issue! Stay tuned for updates on our Facebook page  and our Twitter!

As the semester comes to an end, we invite you to celebrate the literary achievements in our NYU community with us at our Open Mic Night on December 9th at 6 PM in the NYU Bookstore, co-hosted by our fellow NYU publication The Plague!

And even though submissions have closed for our Fall 2015 issue, it’s never too early to start submitting for Spring 2016! We welcome prose, poetry, art, thought experiments, manifestos, love letters, finger paintings, crossword puzzles, macaroni portraits, and yes, even your grocery list. But only if we’re invited for dinner. Check out our submissions guidelines here.

If you are a member of the NYU community and would like to be directly involved with our magazine, please consider joining our Listserv! NYU-affiliated students can join the listserv to learn about our weekly workshops, events, and open staff positions. 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 tominettasubmit@gmail.com.

As always, we give you our warmest thanks for reading and contributing to the Minetta Review. We would be utterly lost without such an engaged and supportive audience, and we hope to do you proud with our upcoming issue!


All the best,

Emma Thomas

Annesha Sengupta


Fall 2015


3 responses to “Fall 2015 Issue Is Now Live!

  1. Hi. I was the managing editor of the MR in the realm of 1987 ~ 1990ish. In that time frame, we hosted events with Gregory Corso (gave him his first big reading in *years* after a rough spot), Herbert Huncke and Allen Ginsberg. If you’re interested in and old archive material, let me know. Glad to see you guys carrying the torch.

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