This issue includes haunting poetry by Natalie Scenters-Zapico, Jennifer Givhan, and Brad Trumpfheller; memorable stories by Katie M. Flynn, John Haggerty, and Becky Adnot-Haynes; alongside timely nonfiction by Siân Griffiths, Wendy A. Gaudin, and Tessa Mellas. 39.2 also features a translation by Maaz Bin Bilal and three of Indiana Review‘s current Pushcart nominations: Courtney Bird’s “Liam and the Head,” Kimberly King Parson’s “Nothing Before Something,” and Kristen Steenbeeke’s “Apocalypse Dream Again.”
This issue includes striking poetry by sam sax, Elisa Karbin, and Tiana Clark; compelling stories by Meron Hadero, Katie Cortese, and Jaclyn Dwyer; alongside powerful nonfiction by Eve L. Ewing, LaTanya McQueen, and A.N. Casey. 39.1 also features Rachael Peckham, winner of the 2016 1/2 K Prize judged by Aimee Nezhukumatathil, and our METALLIC GRIT Special Folio, which celebrates the resilience and hybridity of writing by authors including Brenda Peynado, Oliver de la Paz, and Sheila Squillante. This issue is in memory of Louise Rarick, dedicated reader for Indiana Review since 1997.
This issue includes beautiful poetry by Meg Day, Shireen Madon, and Talin Tahajian; wonderful stories by Michael Noll, Alex Madison, and Kendra Fish; alongside compelling nonfiction by Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Amy Blakemore, and Jennifer Murvin. 38.2 also features Simon Han, winner of the 2015 Fiction Prize judged by Laura van den Berg, and Alicia Wright, winner of the 2016 Poetry Prize judged by Camille Rankine.