Indiana Review Editors Showcase
Monday, April 23, 7-8:30 p.m.
Hutton Honors College Great Room
Free and Open to the Public
Come and enjoy an evening with Indiana Review's editors. If you
writer, artist, journalist, reader, or someone interested in the future
of publishing or creative writing, this is an event for you!
Now in its 35th year of publication, Indiana Review is a
non-profit literary magazine dedicated to showcasing the talents of
emerging and established writers. IR considers previously
fiction, poetry, essays, visual art, interviews, and reviews with the
mission to offer the highest quality writing within a wide aesthetic.
Deborah Kim (Editor), Jennifer Luebbers (Associate Editor), Rachel Lyon
(Fiction Editor), Cate Lycurgus (Poetry Editor), and Sarah Suksiri
(Nonfiction Editor) will read selected works featuring a mix of fiction
Following their readings, there will be a Q&A session. If you have
questions about the publishing industry or the writer's world (ranging
from print vs. digital literature, making it in a world saturated with
voices, how to handle rejection), they will be happy to answer them. We
hope to have an honest conversation about both the joy and the
difficulties of thriving in these communities.
Above all, the event will celebrate the value of creative work to
society and to the individual.
The showcase is co-sponsored by Indiana Review, Crimson
and the HHC's Labyrinth.