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Interview with 2022 Poetry Prize Judge Billy-Ray Belcourt

Indiana Review is accepting submissions for its annual poetry prize until March 31st. Read what this year’s prize judge, Billy-Ray Belcourt, author of the forthcoming A Minor Chorus, has to say about writing across genres, theory in poetry, practicing joy, and more in this interview with IR Poetry Editor, Samandar Ghaus.

And then don’t forget to send us your work!

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Interview with 2022 Fiction Prize Judge K-Ming Chang

Indiana Review is accepting submissions for the fiction prize until March 31st. Read what this year’s prize judge, K-Ming Chang, author of the novel Bestiary and the forthcoming story collection Gods of Want, has to say about myth, queerness in her work, what excites her in reading fiction, and more in this interview with Fiction Editor, Sophie Stein.

And then don’t forget to send us your work!

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43.2 Sneak Peek: ARABESQUE by Akhim Yuseff Cabey

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Akhim Yuseff Cabey is a Pushcart Prize-winning Black author whose fiction, nonfiction, and poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Callaloo, the minnesota review, Chattahoochee Review, Passages North, The Sun Magazine, TriQuarterly, and elsewhere. Originally from the Bronx, New York, he lives in Columbus, Ohio, where he teaches writing and mathematics.

Art by Dominic Chambers

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43.2 SNEAK PEEK: HIGH YELLOW DEAD LETTER BY MARCUS CLAYTON

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Marcus Clayton is a multigenre Afro-Latino writer from South Gate, CA, who holds an MFA in Poetry from CSU Long Beach and is an executive editor for Indicia Literary Journal. He pursues a Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Some published work can be seen in The Oxford Handbook of Punk Rock, [PANK] Magazine, Apogee Journal, and Glass Poetry Press, among many others.

Art by Dominic Chambers