We are excited to announce the winners of the 2019 Fiction Prize and the 2019 Poetry Prize, judged by R. O. Kwon and Nuar Alsadir respectively. Many thanks to everyone who submitted their work and made this year’s prizes possible!Read more…
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Indiana Review Online seeks submissions of poetry, short prose (fiction and non-fiction), and art from undergraduate writers.* Indiana Review, in collaboration with Indiana University-Bloomington’s Literary Editing & Publishing class, will curate an online space for emerging writers and artists from across the country and around the world. We are open to a variety of styles–everything from realism and satire to the supernatural and experimental forms. We feel strongly about representing diverse voices and identities, including young writers of color, immigrants, the LGBTQ+ community, and women. Give us your carefully strange writing: your nature poems and political poems, your dark humor fiction, your personal essays about pop culture, family, fairy tales, etc. We especially encourage previously unpublished authors to submit.
Indiana Review seeks one intern for Summer 2018 and two for Fall 2018. Deadline: Friday, February 23, 2018
Over the summer, we will begin production for our 40.2 issue and host both the Don Belton Fiction Reading Period and the Half-K Prize. During the fall semester, we’ll finish production for our 40.2 issue, read for our 41.1 issue, host both the 2018 Fiction Prize and the 2019 Blue Light Books Prize, and participate in First Fridays and literary events around Bloomington.
Interns are immersed in the day-to-day management of the journal; they also have the chance to attend genre deliberation meetings and to proofread, allowing for an insider look at the literary decision-making process. Maximum 6 hours in office per week.