Poetry Submissions Now Closed for Academic Year

NDR has closed poetry submissions for the 2015-2016 academic year. Poetry selections for the Summer/Fall 2016 issue have been filled, and poetry submissions will resume Sept. 1, 2016 for the 2016-2017 academic year. Prose submissions, however, are still open until March 31, 2016. Any poetry submissions made through the prose submission page will be declined unread.

NDR Contributor Recognized for Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2015

Past NDR Sparks Fellow Renée D'Aoust's essay "Harry and Dancer" is listed as a Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2015. Her essay appeared in Notre Dame Review 37. Congratulations, Renée!!

Sullivan Prize Winner New Book Reviewed

Christine Sneed reviews 2010 Sullivan Prize winner Joan Frank's book Make it Stay.

Past NDR Contributor Interviewed by Leonard Lopate

Tony D'Souza was interviewed on the Leonard Lopate Show, September 26, 2011, WNYC. Follow the link to listen now.

Past NDR Contributor Wins Book Prize

Joan Frank's short story collection In Envy Country received Foreword Magazine 2010 Book of the Year Award for Fiction – Short Stories Category. The winners were announced on June 25, 2011, at a ceremony held at the Morial Convention Center Auditorium C during the American Library Association Conference in New Orleans. The winning titles, representing the best independently published books from 2010, were selected by a panel of librarian and bookseller judges. One of the stories from the collection, "Sandy Candy," appeared in NDR #27

In Envy Country won the 2010 Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction (sponsored by the Creative Writing Program at the University of Notre Dame) and was a finalist for the 80th Annual California Book Awards. The book has received first-rate reviews from such notable venues as Publishers' Weekly, The Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, ForeWord, and others.

In Envy Country is published by the University of Notre Dame Press. Click here to read more about the book: