Monday, May 4, 2009

School's (Almost) Out for the Summer!

It's the end of the semester for us here at Indiana Review, and that means transition, transition, transition! Spring seems to be here to stay (knocking on wood), our Summer issue, 31.1, is at the printers, so we're focusing on 31.2, and we've got a new batch of editors. Speaking of which, congrats to our new senior editorial staff:
Nina Mamikunian steps up as Editor
Alessandra Simmons, Associate Editor
Marcus Wicker, Poetry Editor
Catalina Bartlett, Fiction Editor
Lana Spendl, Non-fiction Editor

As for me, I'm looking forward to spending time outdoors and, in between searching for an elusive J.O.B., diving into my summer reading list. My list includes, but isn't limited to:
Paradise by Toni Morrison
Refresh, Refresh by Benjamin Percy
The Sweet Hereafter by Russell Banks
Philadelphia Fire
by John Edgar Wideman
by Jeffrey Eugenides
Terrarium by Scott Russell Sanders
Women in Love by D.H. Lawrence

Please, tell us what's on your reading list for the summer?


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