Dear Friends,

Indiana Voice Journal exists to promote the unheard voices of new writers alongside the more familiar voices of experienced authors.  As a monthly online literary journal, IVJ considers fiction, creative nonfiction,  poetry, essays, visual art and interviews.  Always looking for regional stories and writers with an Indiana connection, but will read, consider and appreciate everything sent to us.  
Open to all writers.

We want to hear YOUR voice.  We seek work that breathes and moves and is alive. We believe that "good art" comes forth from the spirit to reveal, to comfort, to heal, to bring joy,  to surprise!

Our goal is to move beyond an online presence and into a print journal or an anthology of works compiled from this website.

We will participate in promoting and nominating authors for prizes and awards.

We invite you to "create" along with us on our journey

Thanks for your support!
Janine Pickett, Founding Editor
I can be reached at indianavoice@gmail.com.

~Editorial Staff~

Janine Pickett, Founding Editor/Editor-in-Chief

Janine Pickett:

Janine's nonfiction work has appeared in various print magazines including Country Woman and Chicken Soup For The Soul series. Her fiction has been published in Thema Literary Journal, An Unlikely Alliance, Autumn 2003 and Math & Music, Autumn 2010. Her fiction was nominated by Thema for The Year's Best Horror and Fantasy #17.  Her poetry has appeared in various magazines and anthologies. She co-edited a poetry anthology titled "Poets of Madison County". Janine is the founding editor/publisher at Spirit Fire Review.

Janine received her Diploma in Journalism and Short Story Writing in 1986. She has written ad copy for local businesses and a Precertification Training Manual for Central Indiana Gastroenterology Group. She attended Ivy Tech Community College in Anderson, IN.

"I was raised camping and hiking the trails in southern Indiana. Titles and degrees don't impress me, but I understand society's need for them. Compassion, love, faith, family, animals, nature, God, the homeless and the broken are dear to my heart. I love finding, sharing and promoting that creative flow we all carry inside of us, especially when it breaks loose in the form of a story, a poem, or a painting.  I'm not afraid to break rules or traditions to touch upon the treasures inside."

I owe a heartfelt and huge thank you to all the poets, writers, artists and editors who worked tirelessly to make IVJ a welcoming and lovely home for our creative community!

Former Editors: David Allen, Jennifer Criss, Shirley Pearson

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