2013 1/2 K Prize

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It’s summer in Bloomington, the undergraduates have fled, and Editor Katie Moulton and I are doing our best to keep things lively in the office while the rest of the staff is on break.

A couple of notes from our to-do list that we want to pass on to you:

Regular submissions are currently closed.  We will open the gates again on August 1. 

Any electronic or hard-copy submissions received between now and July 31 will be returned unread.

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I know, it is sad.

But wait!  No need to despair!

We will be accepting submissions for the annual Indiana Review ½ K Prize, judged by Dinty Moore, between June 1 and August 1, 2013.

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Yep.  We’re excited too!  Send us your very best 500-word previously unpublished pieces. Prose? Poetry? Prosetry? There are no rules, man! Well, except for these: 

You may submit 3 pieces per entry and you may also submit multiple entries. At $20 per entry, that’s a pretty sweet deal.  If you are submitting online, make sure to pay the entry fee after you have submitted your pieces. Note: You can pay now, but you won’t be able to submit until June 1.

When submitting online make sure to designate your entry as a submission to the 1/2 K Prize.  If you are paying the old-fashioned way please make checks out to Indiana University.

Full submission guidelines can be found here.

Stay tuned to the blog for more updates and summer shenanigans!

 

4 Responses to “2013 1/2 K Prize”

  1. Adrianne

    I don’t get it. What counts as an Entry under the $20 fee– one story, or up to three stories?
    Thanks

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    • Britt Ashley

      Hi Adrianne,

      One entry can contain up to three separate pieces of prose/prose poetry/prosetry.

      Reply
  2. Mof2

    When and how do you announce the winner of this contest?

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    • Britt Ashley

      The contest closes on August 1. Decisions about the winner will be made in early fall and all contest participants will be notified via email, snail mail, and/or the website.

      Reply

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