Indiana Review has just opened up submissions for a poetry prize with Eileen Myles as this year’s judge. Myles is a Boston born U.S. poet and author who has produced more than twenty volumes of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, libretti, plays and performance pieces, and has received a Guggenheim Fellowship to complete Afterglow (a memoir), a real as well as fantastic account of a dog’s life.
The poetry contest opened on February first and closes on April 1, 2014, awarding $1,000 for first prize and publication in the magazine. Poets should check the guidelines at http://indianareview.org/submit/.
Indiana Review, a biannual literary review now in its thirty-seventh year of publication, is a non-profit magazine dedicated to bringing out the talents of new or established writers. IR seeks high quality writing on a wide aesthetic spectrum.
Writers interested in participating in the magazine’s literary contests, or in its high level content, are welcome to contact the magazine.
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