Posts Categorized: Prizes

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#IRDarlings 2017 Poetry Prize Twitter Contest Winner!

Indiana Review is proud to announce the winner of our 2017 #IRDarlings Twitter Contest! We received some great tweets and after careful deliberation we chose one winner who will receive an IR prize pack and free entry to our 2017 Poetry Prize.

Join us in congratulating the winner, E. B. Schnepp!


Runner-up SJane Sloat will receive an IR Prize Pack and Twitter love.

Thank you to everyone who participated! Make sure to submit your polished poetry to our 2017 Poetry Prize by April 15th, 2017!

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Interview with 2016 Poetry Prize Winner Alicia Wright

Alicia Wright’s poem “His Father’s Wake” was chosen by Camille Rankine as the winner of the 2016 Poetry Prize!  “His Father’s Wake” appeared in IR 38.2. Do read on for insight, inspiration, and any tips she might have for current submitters to the 2017 Poetry Prize, deadline April 1st!

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Alicia Wright is originally from Georgia and has received fellowships from the Iowa Writers Workshop. Poems appear in The Literary Review, Southern Humanities Review, The Southeast Review, and New South as the winner of their 2015 New Writing Contest, among others. At present, she lives and teaches in Iowa City, and this fall she will begin a PhD in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Denver.

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What My Last Man Did by Andrea Lewis: Excerpts Part 2

What My Last Man Did won the Indiana Review / IU Press 2016 Blue Light Books Prize and is forthcoming from IU Press in March 2017. Read excerpts from two of Andrea’s stories below, and pre-order your copy of What My Last Man Did today!

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Andrea Lewis’s work has appeared in many literary journals, including Prairie Schooner, Cutthroat, Cold Mountain Review, and Catamaran Literary Reader. Three of her stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She is a founding member of Richard Hugo House, the place for writers in Seattle. She lives with her husband on Vashon Island, Washington. More of her work is available at www.andrealewis.org.

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2017 Blue Light Books Twitter Contest Winner!

Indiana Review is proud to announce the winner of our 2017 #BLB2017 Haiku Twitter Contest! We received numerous haikus, and after careful deliberation we chose one winner who will receive an IR prize pack and free entry to our 2017 Blue Light Books Prize!

Join us in congratulating the winner, Mike Ponta!

 

 

 

 

Two runner-ups, Anna and Dan, will receive IR prize packs and Twitter love.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to all the participants! Be sure ready your best poetry manuscripts and submit to our 2017 Blue Light Books Prize by February 15, 2017!