Matthew Minicucci

Writer

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

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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!


AWP 2016 LA Schedule!

I've got a couple of great things happening this AWP in Los Angeles! Below is my current schedule of appearances:
  • March 31st, 6pm, offsite for AWP LA with Quarterly West, Diode, and BOAAT at La Cita Bar
  • April 1st, 11-12:30pm, at AWP LA, I'll be signing copies of Translation with the Wick Poetry Center (#508)

In addition, I'll be working at the Ninth Letter booth (#1120) most mornings (8-10am) and evenings (4-6pm) during the conference. I hope to see you there!

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AWP 2014 Seattle

#AWP2014 is almost here! The excitement builds as the money slowly bleeds away.

I'll be in Seattle this year representing the University of Illinois and Ninth Letter Online, which I'm editing this semester. Should be a wonderful time!

Also, I'll be signing chapbooks at the Accents Publishing Table (AA3) between 12-1pm on Friday, February 28th. Please come by and say hi!

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Reliquary signing at AWP 2013

Featuring Katerina Stoykova-Klemer, Haley Crigger, and Greg Pape: AWP1

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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.

AWP Boston

AWP Boston is just around the corner.

I'm excited to see old friends, and to make as many passes around the book fair as humanly possible.

I'll be signing my chapbook at the Accents Publishing table (N-18) at 1:00pm on Friday. If you can, stop by, say hi, and pick up a chapbook.

More updates via the site and Twitter as the conference develops.