Get it down. Take chances. It may be bad, but it’s the only way you can do anything really good.

—William Faulkner

Issue Three features a full roster of amazing short fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from artists all over the world, along with an exclusive interview with author Joy Castro.

 

 

 

FICTION & POETRY

 

NEWS

 

SUBMIT

 

 

The Indianola Review is accepting submissions! We're transitioning to an online-only format with an annual print anthology. We're very excited about this evolution in our journal's publication, one which will allow us to bring the wonderful work of our contributors to a much broader and more diverse community of readers. We look forward to reading your work!

 

—The Editors

 

 

 

 

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ISSUE THREE: FALL 2016

 

 

Prose

Poetry

Poetry

 

FICTION

 

Kate Folk, Moratorium

 

Lancaster Cooney, Always with You, Now

 

A. Joachim Glage, The Idea

 

Michelle Ross, An Impromptu Lesson on Black Holes

 

Elizabeth Genovise, Ollie

 

Ron Burch, Gift

 

Dana Diehl & Melissa Goodrich, The Floating Away School

 

Caoilinn Hughes, America’s Next Top Novel: The Judging Panel, in Quotes

 

NONFICTION

 

Carlos Cunha, Haunted Traffic

 

Angela Morales, Nature Camp for Disadvantaged Youth, circa 1976

 

 

Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, Lullaby

 

Clare Paniccia, Premonition

 

Tobias Peterson, The Wasp Nest

 

Lois Marie Harrod, My Mother Dreamed of Pins

 

Elizabeth Vignali, Everything You Could Have Been

 

 

Kami Westhoff, As Though We Were Meant to Be

 

Tom Holmes, Deconstruction

 

M. J. Arlett, Crossing Biscayne Bay

 

José Angel Araguz, Freckles

 

Gretchen Primack, Ismail in the Laundry

 

Meg Eden, Anna Pavlova

 

Jeffrey Tucker, After Watching Seventeen Miracles, then Running

 

Sheila Black, Mercy

 

Gretchen Primack, Manuel (South Hall)

 

Matthew Dobson, The Woods in Spring

 

Tyler Gillespie, Conversion Therapy

 

Jeffery Tucker, Ara to Autumn #4

 

José Angel Araguz, On Being Called Jorge

 

E. Kristin Anderson, I am a starfish tonight

 

 

The truth may be stretched thin, but it never breaks, and it always surfaces above lies, as oil floats on water.

—Cervantes, Don Quixote

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