the minnesota review 2013:1 (80)

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Single Male Seeks Someone Who’ll Stay - Christopher Citro

Sword Swallowers in Transition - Christopher Citro

Vigil - Jaydn DeWald

Solitaire - Katie Fallon

Louis and The Wolf - Keith Flynn

John Wayne, Buddy Holly, & The Lindsey Theater - Taylor Collier

18 to 22 - Sean Lovelace

Downtown Zoetrope - Susan B. A. Somers-Willett

Bagram - Susan B. A. Somers-Willett

Three Views of a Souvenir: A Bop - Susan B. A. Somers-Willett

Looking at Photographs in Which Our Faces Do Not Appear - Susan B. A. Somers-Willett

Uptown Zoetrope - Susan B. A. Somers-Willett

How the Sun Burns among Hills of Rock and Pebble - Erin Pringle-Toungate

Parallel resting places - Laura Wetherington

To fight means to fight what you’re doing - Laura Wetherington

To death, as it is a place, - Laura Wetherington

I take my time like it’s only mine - Laura Wetherington

When you come open, liquid like the morning lake, I swallow up the shadows I play cold moon - Laura Wetherington

Open Marriage - Roxane Gay

The Magic of Macy’s - Benjamin S. Grossberg

Ritual - Jon Pineda

Social Semiotics - Dean Rader

The Other Self Goes Rogue - Dean Rader

Spook - Christian Nagle

Shinus molle - Patty Seyburn

Gravity - Patty Seyburn


On Free-Wheeling Careers: An Interview with Barbara Herrnstein Smith - Janell Watson


Introduction: The Medieval Turn in Theory - Andrew Cole

What Does “Deconstructing Christianity” Want?: The Institutional Imaginary of the Incarnation - Kathleen Biddick

Derrida’s Noble Unfaith, or What Reading Hadewijch Can Teach You about Reading Derrida - Amy Hollywood

The Call of Things: A Critique of Object-Oriented Ontologies - Andrew Cole

Object-Oriented Mythography - Bruce Holsinger

Death and Texts: Finitude before Form - D. Vance Smith

Medieval Sensation and Modern Aesthetics: Aquinas, Adorno, Chaucer - Maura Nolan



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