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Spring 2017 issue of Southern Indiana Review is available now

Spring 2017 issue of Southern Indiana Review is available now

5/16/2017 | University Communications
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Southern Indiana Review (SIR) presents a cross-section of emerging and established artists and writers whose work is both regional and national in scope and degree of recognition. With the support of the Indiana Arts Commission and National Endowment for the Arts, SIR is published in October and May by the University of Southern Indiana and sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts. Find out more about SIR.

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Featured in this issue:

2016 Mary C. Mohr Poetry Award Winner:

Richard Thompsonmanhood

Bio: 2016 Mary C. Mohr Poetry Award winner Richard Thompson was recently awarded Sigma Tau Delta’s Eleanor P. North Poetry Award. His poetry has appeared in Skive Journal, Empirical Journal and The Avenue, among others. He grew up in rural Canada, and now lives with his wife, Sherise, and son, Jacob, in Houston, Texas, where he is a clinical psychologist and studies creative writing at the University of Houston.

View the award winning poem.

Judge: Jericho Brown

2016 Mary C. Mohr Fiction Award Winner:

Bradford Kammin – The One Good Thing About Las Vegas, Nevada

Bio: 2016 Mary C. Mohr Fiction Award winner Bradford Kammin’s short stories have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Arts & Letters, Cimarron Review, and elsewhere. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan’s MFA program in creative writing, and is currently pursuing a PhD in English and creative writing at Western Michigan University, where he teaches creative writing and serves as fiction editor of Third Coast.

Read an excerpt.

Judge: Adam Johnson

Featured Artist:

Robert Pollard

Bio: Robert Pollard, who is best known for his sustained, prolific songwriting and recording, was creating collages even before he was writing songs. Often satirical, political, dark, and sarcastic, his collages have been exhibited at Michael Imperioli’s Studio Dante in New York, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, and Merge Records headquarters in Durham, North Carolina.

 
Robert Pollard
Hidden in a Limousine, 2015
Collage, Nine Pieces with Spray Enamel
13" x 17.75"

Featured writers (View bios):

  • Benjamin Alfaro
  • Christopher Citro
  • George David Clark
  • Emily Rose Cole
  • Chelsea Dingman
  • Gregory Fraser
  • John Gallaher
  • Anna Claire Hodge
  • Bradford Kammin
  • Ada Limón
  • Jill McDonough
  • Philip Metres
  • Andrew Mitchell
  • Mark Neely
  • Sarah Rose Nordgren
  • Leslie Pietrzyk
  • Catherine Pond
  • Katie Schmid
  • Maggie Smith
  • Ephraim Scott Sommers
  • Richard Thompson
  • Michael Waters
  • Lee Zacharias
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Photo Credit: Cover art by Robert Pollard

Robert Pollard Hidden in a Limousine, 2015 Collage, Nine Pieces with Spray Enamel 13" x 17.75"

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