Monday, March 21, 2011

World Poetry Day!!

Here at Indiana Review, we are all wearing party hats, neon pants, and flashy gold earrings to celebrate World Poetry Day.

We also are handing out and hanging up our posters for our upcoming poetry reading! Yay! We are so excited. If you haven't heard about it yet, check it out: The details are on our website and on facebook. Yup! Erika Meitner, Steve Scafidi, and Curtis Bauer are coming here to read & to celebrate on Friday March 25.

Coincidentally, March 25 also ends our Poetry Contest -- so as fun as dancing in neon pants is in celebration of World Poetry day, sit down an minute and submit online or via the snail mail to our prize. Give us a chance to read your work, give yourself a chance to win $1000 and publication. Details Here.

Then dance some more.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Countdown to the Blue Light Reading Series!


 Fourteen days until the first (and what is hopefully annual) Blue Light Reading Series featuring Steve Scafidi, Erika Meitner, and Curtis Bauer. Hope to see you there!


Wednesday, March 2, 2011

I'd read it.

Surely you've seen this strip plastered everywhere on the internet -- from Hark, a vagrant #263 by Kate Beaton. I think the Austen sequel/revision trend has gotten stale by now, but this is still priceless. (The Gatsbys are great, too.) I wanted to take this opportunity to say that we at IR are always looking for art. Right now we're particularly interested in the literary comic sort! Have you any for us?