2012 Fiction Prize

Final Judge: Dana Johnson

 

 

Dana Johnson is the author of Elsewhere, California and Break Any Woman Down, which won the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction and was a finalist for the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award. Her work has appeared in the literary journals Slake, Callaloo, and The Iowa Review, among others, and anthologized in Shaking the Tree: A Collection of New Fiction and Memoir by Black Women, The Dictionary of Failed Relationships, and California Uncovered: Stories for the 21st Century. Born and raised in and around Los Angeles, California, she is an associate professor of English at the University of Southern California where she teaches literature and creative writing. She lives in downtown Los Angeles.


 

2012 Indiana Review Fiction Prize Winner

 

“Mavak Tov”

CB Anderson

Arlington, MA

 

Runner-Up

“It’s Not All Cause and Effect, Miss Carbin”

Nolan Grieve

Congratulations to winner CB Anderson, whose story, “Mavak Tov,” will be published in Indiana Review 35.1, Summer 2013.

Thank you to everyone who submitted and participated!

 

 
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