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Listen to Megan Peak Read “The First Book”

 

Megan Peak’s poem, “The First Book,” appears in our Summer 2015 issue, Indiana Review 37.1.

Listen to her read ” The First Book” here.

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Megan Peak holds an M.F.A. from The Ohio State University. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Blackbird, Cimarron Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, Linebreak, Muzzle, North American Review, Pleiades, Ploughshares, and Valparaiso Poetry Review. Her manuscript was a finalist in the 2015 Levis Prize in Poetry at Four Way Books.

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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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Listen to Amy Collini Read “This is What I Do When I’m Miscarrying”

Amy Collini’s nonfiction piece, “This is What I Do When I’m Miscarrying,” appears in our latest issue of Indiana Review, 37.1 Summer 2015.

Listen to her read here.

 

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Amy Collini’s work has appeared in or is forthcoming in Slice, Redivider, Baltimore Review, Tahoma Literary Review, Isthmus, The Dr. T.J. Eckleburg Review, Pithead Chapel, Rappahannock Review and elsewhere. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her two young sons and is at work on a novel and a memoir.

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Listen to Corey Van Landingham’s “King of Hearts”

Corey Van Landingham’s poem, “King of Hearts,” appears in our latest issue of Indiana Review, 37.1 Summer 2015.

Listen to her read the poem here.

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Corey Van Landingham is the author of Antidote, winner of the 2012 The Ohio State University Press/The Journal Award in Poetry. A former Wallace Stegner Poetry Fellow at Stanford University, her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in AGNI, The Best American Poetry 2014, Kenyon Review, The Southern Review, and elsewhere. In Fall 2015, she will join Gettysburg College as the 2015-2016 Emerging Writer Lecturer.

 

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What is Comics Poetry? by Alexander Rothman

We are proud to present this exclusive online content by Alexander Rothman to celebrate the release of IR 37.1, Summer 2015, which features our graphic memoir folio.

 

“…it is by their syllables that words juxtapose in beauty”
—Charles Olson

I call the work that I make and publish “comics poetry.” I have reasons for using that name and working in the hybrid form, but here’s the thing: I have no idols to tear down, and I hate polemics, so,

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It’s really an invitation. There’s work to be done (always), and here’s what some of it could be. This stuff will be stronger if we hold it up next to each other. Read more…