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Announcing the 2016 Blue Light Books Prize Winner!

We are proud to announce that judge Michael Martone has selected Andrea Lewis’s short story collection WHAT MY LAST MAN DID as the winner of the IR/IU Press 2016 Blue Light Books Prize! We received many excellent short story collections and the competition was fierce. Thank you to everyone who submitted their work for consideration and made this year’s Blue Light Books Prize possible. WHAT MY LAST MAN DID will be published by IU Press in Spring 2017.

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Deadline Extended! 2016 Poetry Prize

Do you need a little more time to polish your poems for our 2016 Poetry Prize, judged by Camille Rankine? Good news: We’ve extended our deadline to April 7, 2016 at midnight EST!

Send your best, and soon. Full contest guidelines can be found here.

We look forward to reading your work!

Camille Rankine’s first book of poetry, Incorrect Merciful OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAImpulses, was recently published from Copper Canyon Press. She is the author of the chapbook Slow Dance with Trip Wire, selected by Cornelius Eady for the Poetry Society of America’s 2010 New York Chapbook Fellowship, and a recipient of a 2010 “Discovery”/Boston Review Poetry Prize. Her poetry has appeared in Atlas Review, American Poet, The Baffler, Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, Gulf Coast, Octopus Magazine, Paper Darts, Phantom Books, A Public Space, Tin House, and elsewhere. She is Assistant Director of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Manhattanville College and lives in New York City.

 

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Announcing Our 2015 Pushcart Prize Nominees!

We’re very proud to have published such great short fiction, nonfiction, and poetry in our pages this year. Our warm congratulations to our 2015 Pushcart Prize nominees!

Fiction:
Halimah Marcus, “Self-Portrait” from Indiana Review 37.1, Summer 2015
Emily Temple, “A Hundred Ways to Do It Wrong” from Indiana Review 37.1, Summer 2015

Poetry:
Cara Dees, “John Roberts” from Indiana Review 37.2, Winter 2015
Corey van Landingham, “King of Hearts” from Indiana Review 37.1, Summer 2015
Poorna Swami, “Etymology” from Indiana Review 37.2, Winter 2015

Nonfiction:
Janelle DolRayne, “An Ocean Existing Somewhere Without Us” from Indiana Review 37.1, Summer 2015

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Announcing Our BIG 2015-2016 Indiana Review News!

We’re busy in the Indiana Review offices this summer: Our 2015 1/2K Prize is currently open for your work under 500 words in any genre, and our new Summer 2015 issue was published only weeks ago. We’re also very happy to announce our three exciting new ventures and partnerships!

Indiana Review is thrilled to partner with the excellent Indiana University Press to start our Blue Light Books series, an annual Prize given on alternating years for a short story collection and a poetry collection. From December 1, 2015 to February 15, 2016 we will be accepting submissions of short story collections. The winner will receive $2,000, publication with IU Press, and be flown out to beautiful Bloomington, IN to read at our 2017 Blue Light Reading. This year the prize will be judged by Michael Martone. Read more…

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Announcing Indiana Review/IU Press Blue Light Book Prize!

We at Indiana Review are thrilled to announce Blue Light Books, a new book series partnership with the excellent Indiana University Press. The Blue Light Book Prize will rotate each year between short story and poetry collections. The inaugural Prize, awarded in 2016, will be for a short story collection. The first awarded Prize aims to display a stunning collection of fiction and will be published through IU Press. The winner will be awarded $2,000, publication, be flown out to read at our 2017 Blue Light Reading here in beautiful Bloomington, IN, and will be selected through an anonymous reading by Michael Martone.

The name for the collaboration was inspired by a blue light outside of the Indiana Review offices, which are located at the end of a long hallway. When the office is open, the blue light is turned on. Our annual spring Blue Light Reading has come to symbolize our sense of openness and larger dedication to the literary community, and we are proud to expand this commitment with our Blue Light Books Prize. Read more…