Southern Indiana Review, a literary journal published twice yearly by the University of Southern Indiana, is inviting writers to submit poetry, fiction, and essays for its Fall and Spring issues.
The poetry editor is open to all styles, forms, and subjects. Poets can submit up to five poems.
The nonfiction editor welcomes essays, reviews, interviews, profiles, or narratives on cultural or subjective history or viewpoints.
Other staff editors welcome short fiction stories, film scripts, novellas, or excerpts from novels.
The Journal pays a flat rate of $50 for works under five published pages, or $100 for six or more published pages, in addition to two copies of the issue in which the writer’s work appears. (Previous rates in 2016 were $75-$150/submission.)
Reading period ends April 30, 2018. Read submission guidelines here
Southern Indiana Review also sponsors three annual writing and poetry contests. The Mary C. Mohr Editors’ Award is currently accepting poetry submissions until Oct. 1st. The first-place poet wins a cash prize of $2,000 plus publication.