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  • Winter 2017 Volume 39, Number 2 Cover

    Winter 2017 Volume 39, Number 2 Now Available!

    This issue includes haunting poetry by Natalie Scenters-Zapico, Jennifer Givhan, and Brad Trumpfheller; memorable stories by Katie M. Flynn, John Haggerty, and Becky Adnot-Haynes; alongside timely nonfiction by Siân Griffiths, Wendy A. Gaudin, and Tessa Mellas. 39.2 also features a translation by Maaz Bin Bilal and three of Indiana Review‘s current Pushcart nominations: Courtney Bird’s “Liam and the Head,” Kimberly King Parson’s “Nothing Before Something,” and Kristen Steenbeeke’s “Apocalypse Dream Again.”

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THE 2017 Blue Light Books prize is open for submissions!

This year the prize considers short story collections, 35-45k words. Winner receives $2,000 and publication with Indiana University Press. Our final judge is Samrat Upadhyay.

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