As a biannual literary review, IR is managed and edited by Indiana University graduate students and considers previously unpublished fiction, poetry, essays, and art. Our most recent issue, 39.2, 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.”
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