Indiana Review's 2007 Fiction Prize Guidelines
$1000 Honorarium and Publication
Final Judge: Lan Samantha Chang
to get entry form (scroll down)
Lan Samantha Chang is the author of Hunger: A Novella and Stories (1998) and
Inheritance: A Novel (2004). Her work has been published in Ploughshares, The
Atlantic Monthly, and The Best American Short Stories. She has taught creative
writing at Stanford University, Harvard University, the Warren Wilson College
MFA Program for Writers, and The University of Iowa, where she is Professor
of English and Creative Writing and Director of the Iowa Writers' Workshop.
POSTMARK DEADLINE: OCT. 14, 2007
Reading Fee: $15
Includes a one-year subscription
All entries considered for publication. All entries considered anonymously.
Send only one story per entry, 35 double-spaced pages maximum, 12 pt. font.
Previously published works and works forthcoming elsewhere cannot be
considered. Simultaneous submissions okay, but fee is non-refundable if accepted
elsewhere. Multiple entries okay, as long as a separate reading fee is included
with each entry. Further, IR cannot consider work from anyone currently or
recently affiliated with Indiana University or the prize judge.
Entry form must include name, address, phone number, and title. Entrant’s
name should appear ONLY on the entry form. If desired, include a self-addressed
stamped envelope for notification. Manuscripts will not be returned. Make
checks payable to Indiana Review.
Each fee entitles entrant to a one-year subscription, an extension of a
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enclose complete address information for
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