Matthew Minicucci



AWP and a review of Translation!

Excited to be able to share this wonderful review of Translation from Jaime Brunton, up now in the most recent issue of the Kenyon Review here


We’re making progress on Small Gods, which is currently scheduled for an October 1st release from New Issues. Keep an eye out for the cover reveal soon, coming sometime at the end of February! 

I hope to see everyone in DC next week for #AWP17!

Shelterbelt Reading Series interview on NPR Illinois

I'm late in posting this link, but our local Springfield NPR station was kind enough to interview me prior to my reading and record the reading (and Q&A) in its entirety! Click here!

Interview up on Smile Politely

I'm late in sharing this post, but it was truly lovely to sit down with Rebecah Pulsifer on Smile Politely Radio, 90.1FM, which airs every Friday at 5:30PM, to talk about Translation. If you missed the radio show, here's a link to the podcast of the episode.

Interview with The Fine Delight

Nick Ripatrazone did a wonderful interview with me about Reliquary over at The Fine Delight. Here's a brief excerpt:

That someone would see the piety in these things never occurred to me. Furthermore, that I myself might still engage with, respect and awe these ideas that seemed so far away, was amazing. I still can;t sit here and claim to be some arbitrary definition of a 'religious person,' but the book allowed me to remember what faith (and prayer) might actually be: this skin that's ever-molting; never as stationary and calm as you'd hope it to be.

You should definitely check it out!

Review of the chapbook at HTMLGIANT

Check out a new (and amazing) review of the chapbook on HTMLGIANT.

Really big thanks to Nick Ripatrazone for the close and attentive reading of the work, and the HTMLGIANT for giving the review a home.