Indiana Review

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Indiana Review  
DisciplineLiterary magazine
Publication details
History1976 to present
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Indiana Rev.

Indiana Review (IR) is a small, student-run literary magazine at Indiana University Bloomington. Founded in 1976, it has a circulation of about 2,000.

A biannual review, IR publishes essays, fiction, graphic arts, interviews, poetry, and reviews. IR is funded mainly by subscriptions, contests, grants, and partially by university support.

Works by contributors to IR have been awarded the Pushcart Prize and reprinted in The Pushcart Prize Anthology: Best of the Small Presses, as well as in the O. Henry Awards, Best American Short Stories, Best American Poetry, and Best New American Voices.[1][2][3][4] In addition, Indiana Review is recognized as one of the top 50 fiction markets by Writer's Digest and in 1996 was selected as the first-place winner of the American Literary Magazine Award.[3]

Past contributors include: Denise Duhamel, Yusef Komunyakaa, Stuart Dybek, Sherman Alexie, Gary Soto, Philip Levine, Peter Selgin, Lucia Perillo, Campbell McGrath, Terrance Hayes, Richard Blanco, Rafael Campo, Cornelius Eady, Marilyn Chin, Jim Elledge, Martin Espada, Roxane Gay, Beckian Fritz Goldberg, Ha Jin, David Kirby, Bob Hicok, Reginald Shepherd, Ursula K. Le Guin, Sreyash Sarkar, Leslie St. John, Patrick Rosal, Peter Tieryas, Chitra Divakaruni and Paul Martínez Pompa.

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