Adam Tavel's poem "Letter to A.S. Kramer Written on the Back of a Mushroom Soup Can Label" was first published in Issue 77 (Fall 2011) of the minnesota review. It will also be featured in Tavel's new chapbook, Red Flag Up, available through Kattywompus Press. Tavel received the 2010 Robert Frost Award, and his first … Continue reading Contributor Update: Adam Tavel
Justin Neuman's "Religious Cosmopolitanism? Orhan Pamuk, the Headscarf Debate, and the Problem with Pluralism" originally appeared in Issue 77 of the minnesota review. Ka, the protagonist of Orhan Pamuk’s novel Snow (2005), is an Istanbul-born secular intellectual who “couldn’t see how [he] could reconcile . . . becoming a European with a God who required women to wrap themselves … Continue reading [From the Archives] Religious Cosmopolitanism? Orhan Pamuk, the Headscarf Debate, and the Problem with Pluralism
Okay, not really. But we are giving away a free copy of Issue 75 to two U.S. readers, and there are two ways you can win: 1) Follow our blog through WordPress. Current WordPress followers are already eligible for this giveaway. 2) Leave a comment on this post telling us what kind(s) of content you'd like to … Continue reading We’re giving it all away!
Rachel Ida Buff’s essay, “Duluth,” appears in Issue 77 of the minnesota review. Interviewed by Christopher Linforth How long was the gestation period of “Duluth”? When did you feel this was a story that needed to be told? “Duluth” is based on a true story, so it is about a friend I had who really … Continue reading An Interview with Rachel Ida Buff