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Southern Indiana Review is a literary magazine based on campus and run by campus faculty. The journal releases two issues a year and receive submissions from authors around the country.

‘Southern Indian Review’ is a hidden gem on campus

Maci Crowell, Staff Writer April 3, 2024

“Southern Indiana Review” is an internationally distributed literary journal based on campus. Matthew Graham and Thomas Wilhelmus co-founded the literary journal in 1994 as an outreach project of the...

Marty McConnell

Poets to speak on gender, sexuality

Emma Corry, Staff Writer March 12, 2019

The Shield interviewed poet Marty McConnell who will present her work with Meg Day at a poetry reading sponsored by the Department of Communications, Gender Studies Program, Sexuality and Gender Alliance...

Chelsea and Mark Wagenaar will be reading their poetry on Thursday 4:30 p.m. in the Griffin Center. Prose writer Michael Martone will be presenting his work at. Oct. 4  at 4:30 p.m. in the Traditions Longue.

Dynamic duo to bring poetry to life

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer September 24, 2018

Casey Pycior said there is something special about hearing poetry read aloud. “I know that sounds kind of over the top but it’s true,” the assistant professor of English said. “You’ll...

Poets to present at Griffin Center

Poets to present at Griffin Center

Riley Guerzini, News Editor September 27, 2017

In a world “at least fifty percent terrible,” Maggie Smith encourages her children to have good bones. Smith and poet Matthew Guenette will read selections from their books “Good Bones” and...

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