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Online Feature: “The Night Is Filled With Orchards, Every Night” by Jacob Newberry


Outside Amman. One taxi ride to Salt, an old town with little for tourists. Small shops and imported snacks and ten-cent packs of “Arabic gum.” There was a man hanging from the open door of a village bus who had us all get in. And in we went: packed with strangers who found us stranger, a man who gave his seat up for me, thinking I was a woman. I sat down all the same, my hair long past my shoulders, my narrow legs crossed tightly at the knee: soon everyone was staring. We were all so beautiful, I told myself, they had to stare.

They let us off at the top of the small mountain. The street was ending. More shops. Everyone was drinking Pepsi. What should we do now, we all wondered, though no one asked. It was beginning to rain. I pulled up the hood on my teal sweater and started walking. Everyone followed. Read more…

A Huge Thank You & a New Issue!

Our cover artwork for 34.2 is “Frog with chicken,” by Jenny Fine

Dear Readers,

We are so excited to announce the arrival of our Winter issue, Indiana Review 34.2!

I want to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who has helped in putting this baby together. This process, from start to finish, is totally a collaborative effort that requires the hard work of an entire staff of senior editors, a wonderfully talented group of interns, and a dedicated bunch of associate genre editors (graduate students here at Indiana University).

And of course, I would be remiss if I did not say a huge thank you to YOU, our readers. Seriously, we would not exist without your ongoing love and support.

Now, for the necessary sales plug:

If you’re looking for a good holiday gift for the lover of all things literary (yourself, perhaps?), you might consider gifting a subscription.

Or, if you would like to order a single-issue copy, you can do so here.

On behalf of our editorial staff, I wish you a holiday season filled with goodwill and awesome literature!

Happy reading,


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