A Conversation with Raina J. León

By Sonya Lara This is the fifth in a series of blogs written by the editorial staff of the minnesota review interviewing editors and folks in publishing. We hope that these will shed some light on the industry and help you learn more about how, where, and why to submit your work.  Raina J. León is … Continue reading A Conversation with Raina J. León

A Conversation with Gabriel Blackwell

By Kira Homsher This is the fourth in a series of blogs written by the editorial staff of the minnesota review interviewing editors and folks in publishing. We hope that these will shed some light on the industry and help you learn more about how, where, and why to submit your work.  Gabriel Blackwell works as … Continue reading A Conversation with Gabriel Blackwell

An Interview with Anwuli Ojogwu of Narrative Landscape Press

By Uche Okonkwo This is the third in a series of blogs written by the editorial staff of the minnesota review interviewing editors and folks in publishing. We hope that these will shed some light on the industry and help you learn more about how, where, and why to submit your work.  Anwuli Ojogwu is the … Continue reading An Interview with Anwuli Ojogwu of Narrative Landscape Press

Elegy for the Day of the Dead

By Mirna Palacio Ornelas We’re coasting up to the end of October now, and while there’s plenty of Halloween writing prompts, we’re gonna take this a day passed All Hallow’s Eve. I’m talking November 1st and 2nd, Dia de los Muertos.  Dia de los Muertos Largely a Mexican tradition with Aztec roots, Dia de los … Continue reading Elegy for the Day of the Dead

Books I’ll Be Reading On Maternity Leave (or for everyone else: Books To Read as Fall and Winter Settle In)

By Carol Lischau By the time this blog posts, I’ll likely have birthed my firstborn daughter. (My insides just jostled thinking about it … and it wasn’t just her stirring around!) I anticipate long days, long nights, lots of feedings, lots of couch-sitting, lots of hot tea by the bay window, and (hopefully) lots of … Continue reading Books I’ll Be Reading On Maternity Leave (or for everyone else: Books To Read as Fall and Winter Settle In)