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New Voices - Central Indiana: About Us

Ivy Tech's Literary Journal

New Voices is Ivy Tech's Central Indiana Literary Journal. We feature student writing and artwork, striving to publish high quality literary and artistic work.

New Voices is published annually. In 2017, we premiered the online edition of New Voices. Currently, both the print and online edition are available.

Each year, New Voices holds a Flash Fiction contest with prizes and publication awarded for the top submissions. The contest is open to current Ivy Tech students.

If you are an Ivy Tech student interested in working behind the scenes with the New Voices student organization (selecting submissions for publication, designing and posting content on our website, etc.) please contact one of the New Voices faculty advisors.

New Voices 2020 Review Board

New Voices is made up of Ivy Tech students who harbor a passion for creative writing.

We'd like to express our overwhelming gratitude to the following New Voices members for their help with the 2020 edition:

Ashley Bertram

Deja Darling

Stephanie Dunning

Victoria Morrow

 

Meet the Faculty Advisors!

Catherine Shukle

Catherine Shukle is an Assistant Professor of English at the Ivy Tech Lawrence campus. She teaches online, virtually, and in the traditional classroom, and enjoys teaching Creative Writing and Children's Literature. She received her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Purdue University and her MA in English Literature from Purdue University. Her fiction & poetry have appeared in Slush Pile Magazine, Unbroken Journal, Brushfire: Literature & Arts Journal, and From the Depths (forthcoming Fall 2020).

cshukle@ivytech.edu

Ashley Mack-Jackson

Ashley Mack-Jackson is a native Hoosier who teaches English at Ivy Tech Community College. She received an M.A. in Creative Writing from Ball State in 2015 and serves as the Co-CEO of Word as Bond, Inc. (an organization that provides free creative writing for teens in Indianapolis). Her poetry has appeared in journals like Drumvoices Revue and Callaloo.
amack14@ivytech.edu

Student Editor-in-Chief

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     Victoria Morrow

Victoria Morrow began writing creatively in grade school. Her desire to write was rekindled as an adult at Ivy Tech and she is currently working on finishing her Gens before pursuing a BA in English at IUPUI starting Fall 2021. 

She has placed in both the Flash Fiction and Ivy Tech Library’s Poetry Contest, as well as the Art Squared Festival’s “Masterpiece in a Day” contest for prose. This is her second year working as an editor for New Voices. Her favorite part of the process is when she has the opportunity to review other student’s creative works.

Her love of all things nerd span the gamut, and one of her happy places is the annual gaming convention, Gen Con. She is gratefully married to her Player 2. Their “kids” consist of two cats and a snake.

Logo by Eliza Eloise Design

A big thank you to Elizabeth Anderson who volunteered her time and created the New Voices logo for 2020. You can see her work at elizaeloise.com.