Issue 5 of The Indian River Review just returned from the printer and will be mailed out to contributors in a few days. The theme was “home,” and we had some amazing work submitted. Thank you to everyone who participated.
Copies of this issue will be provided at a number of creative writing events held at Indian River State College this spring semester. Additionally, we are working on a way to provide print on demand copies in the near future. Follow this blog to keep up to day with related announcements.
There are a few days left to submit your work for issue 6. You can find out guidelines post here.
Writer’s Day is on Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at IRSC’s Main Campus, in Room Y-102.
Get inspired, nurture your muse, and spark your own creative spirit at the 13th Annual IRSC Writer’s Day, and explore this year’s theme “Beginnings. Middles. Ends.” 60-minute sessions will allow writers to learn from three published writers with lectures and interactive activities that inspire and engage writers in the process from beginning, to middle, to end. Attend a Special pre-event Evening Reading with the authors at the Wynne Black Box Theatre on the IRSC Main Campus, Friday, April 6 at 6 p.m.
The cost is $40 ($10 for students) includes lunch served Noon to 1:00 p.m. For more information, contact Kim Laffont 772-336-6296 or email@example.com.