Posts Tagged: fiction

Interview with 2022 Fiction Prize Judge K-Ming Chang

Indiana Review is accepting submissions for the fiction prize until March 31st. Read what this year’s prize judge, K-Ming Chang, author of the novel Bestiary and the forthcoming story collection Gods of Want, has to say about myth, queerness in her work, what excites her in reading fiction, and more in this interview with Fiction Editor, Sophie Stein.

And then don’t forget to send us your work!

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43.2 Sneak Peek: The Sound of Water by Gina Chung


Gina Chung is a Korean American writer from New Jersey currently living in Brooklyn, New York. She is a 2021–2022 Center for Fiction/Susan Kamil Emerging Writer Fellow and holds an MFA in fiction from The New School’s Creative Writing Program. Her work appears or is forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, Catapult, Gulf Coast, Idaho Review, The Rumpus, Pleiades, and F(r)iction, among others. She is currently at work on a novel and a collection of short stories. Find her at

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Review – Kristen Arnett’s With Teeth

Reviewed by Laura Dzubay

One of the most biting struggles of raising children in Kristen Arnett’s With Teeth comes in very small, human moments of perceived disrespect. If your son kicks the back of your seat while you’re driving, is it because he doesn’t respect you enough to listen when you tell him to stop, or is he just forgetting because he’s a kid? If he doesn’t come when you call, is he actively choosing not to listen, and to create more work for you by not listening, or did he just not hear?

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