- The Bluecast
- Don Belton
2012 ½ K Prize
Final Judge: Michael Martone
Michael Martone is the author of several fiction and nonfiction collections, including The Blue Guide to Indiana, Seeing Eye, Pensees: The Thoughts of Dan Quayle, Fort Wayne is Seventh on Hitler’s List, and The Flatness of Other Landscapes, a collection of essays about the Midwest which received the 1998 AWP Award for Creative Nonfiction. His 2005 book Michael Martone, originally written as a series of contributor’s notes for various publications, is an investigation of form and autobiography. Most recently, he is the author of Four for a Quarter. He teaches writing at the University of Alabama.
2012 Indiana Review ½ K Prize Winner
“Michigan Central Station Has Been Closed Since 1988″
“Co-lo-ny Col-lapse Dis-or-der”
We offer our thanks to all who contributed to the success of the 2011 Indiana Review ½ K Prize. All entrants receive a year’s subscription to IR, which will begin with our Summer 2012 issue.