Minna Proctor


Minna Zallman Proctor is a writer, critic and translator. Her first book Do You Hear What I Hear? An Unreligious Writer Investigates Religious Calling was published by Viking Press in 2005. Kirkus called it 'Intelligent and intellectually provocative, ... a notable example of fine writing on religion.' Her translations from Italian have been much acclaimed, and she is the recipient of several fellowships and residencies including at MacDowell where she was named a Kate and George Kendall Fellow. She has worked as a magazine editor on various publications, including Colors and Bomb magazine. Her essays and book reviews have been widely published, including in The New York Times Book Review, npr.org, L.A. Times Book Review, Aperture, Bookforum, The Nation, New York Observer and Salon. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches in the Creative Writing Department at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is the Editor of The Literary Review.


The Angel of History

Bruno Arpaia


Love in Vain: Selected Stories

Minna Proctor and Federigo Tozzi


Federico Fellini: His Life and Work

Tullio Kezich


Belief or Nonbelief?: A Confrontation

Umberto Eco and Carlo Maria Martini


These Possible Lives

Fleur Jaeggy


Happiness, as Such

Natalia Ginzburg


Landslide: True Stories

Minna Proctor