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Call for Indiana Review’s Special Themed Folio: MIDDLE SPACE

Bending the rules of craft is not a new thing. Bold steps and subtle transformations are how we move forward in literature, in society, and in ourselves. For a special folio in our Summer 2014 issue, we’re seeking work—in both form and content—that blurs genres and breaks down preconceptions, narratives of transgression that make us question our boundaries of what a literary work is and can do.

Keywords to consider and inspire: boundaries, borders, limits, edges, duality, on the verge, transformation, transgression, travel, movement, bodies, collapse, collage, correspondence, collaboration, middle space.

Click through for guidelines and deadlines!

All submissions should be original, unpublished poetry/fiction/creative nonfiction or some unimagined literary combination or iteration such as verse comics, visual text, prosetry, speculative nonfiction, everything we’ve never imagined, etc. Please inquire before submitting translations. For general information about submission guidelines, click here. Due to publication constraints, please keep the length of your pieces within reason; we are only considering pieces under 7 pages.
The submission period for this folio is November 15 through December 15 and these submissions will be considered for publication in the Summer 2014 issue of Indiana Review.
Please submit via our online submission manager and select as your genre “2014 Folio.” You may also mail hard copy submissions to our office at the address below. Emailed submissions will be unread.

Indiana Review
Special Folio: “Middle Space”
Ballantine Hall 529
1020 E. Kirkwood Ave
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
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About Katie Moulton


Katie Moulton is the Editor of Indiana Review. Her stories have recently appeared in Devil's Lake, Ninth Letter, Post Road, Quarterly West, and others. Former music critic. Radio DJ. St. Louis Cardinals fan.

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