VOLUME 28, NUMBER 3, FALL 2023 (#111)

To purchase issue #111 using Paypal, click here.To become a member and get quarterly issues of Rain Taxi delivered to your door, click here. INTERVIEWS Ronnie Pontiac and American Metaphysical Religion | by Zack KoppGrant Maierhofer: Keeping the Circulating Happening | by Alex KiesAmanda Gunn: Black Pleasure vs. Black Joy | by Eileen G’Sell FEATURES If and Only If: […]


At the time this was a final piece, but it actually created the space and thought process to begin Indiscernible Elements: Calcium. The painting is an exploration of the next life, after the process of grieving the planet. Bringing the question, after grieving is the future of the planet only a fairytale? Visit Korynn Newville at: […]


Raised amidst Yiddish endearments, I learned how to draw very young. Political activism in high school, including Ban the Bomb, Civil Rights, and Anti-War demonstrations, led to a few years on Magic Forest Farm, a leaderless, egalitarian, West Coast commune. My drawings of country hippie life, (under the name Judith St. Soleil) were published in […]

VOLUME 28, NUMBER 2, SUMMER 2023 (#110)

To purchase issue #110 using Paypal, click here.To become a member and get quarterly issues of Rain Taxi delivered to your door, click here. INTERVIEWS Judith Margolis and Philip Miller: Let Us Now Praise Emptiness  |  interviewed by Yael SamuelRebecca Goodman: Why Write About the Shoah Now?  |  interviewed by David MoscovichYxta Maya Murray: Art and […]

Independent Bookstore Day Passport 2021

how to participate | sponsors | literary prize packs Once again, Rain Taxi's Twin Cities Literary Calendar is teaming up with great independent bookstores in the Twin Cities to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day by creating the 2021 Twin Cities Independent Bookstore Passport! Jam-packed with bookstore coupons and illustrations by local artist Kevin Cannon, the Passport […]

Spring 2023

Check back as we add more features and reviews in the next months! Interviews Stop, Look, and Listen: An Interview with Rae ArmantroutPulitzer Prize-winning poet Rae Armantrout talks about breaking “out of the evangelical cage” as well as the process of writing Finalists and topics from censorship to grandparenting. Interviewed by David Moscovich Archival Woman: An Interview with Sarah […]


Renowned Palestinian author Raja Shehadeh began his US tour for “We Could Have Been Friends, My Father and I” (Other Press) with a Rain Taxi sponsored event in St. Paul, MN. The event was held at the East Side Freedom Library and co-sponsored by the Arab American culture organization Mizna, with book sales provided by Magers & Quinn Booksellers.