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.
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.
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 Send us your very best 500-word previously unpublished pieces.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!
I don’t get it. What counts as an Entry under the $20 fee– one story, or up to three stories?
One entry can contain up to three separate pieces of prose/prose poetry/prosetry.
When and how do you announce the winner of this contest?
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.