Straight out of steel mill country, the Northwest Indiana Literary Journal publishes short stories, flash fiction, poetry, humor, photography, and art. As an online literary journal that emerged from a working class, blue-collar community just outside of Chicago, it favors authenticity and directness. Leave your pretensions in the frunchroom. The journal strives to be a platform for writers and artists of all stripes and has a soft spot for Rust Belt- or industrial-themed work. It publishes frequently in a blog-like fashion.


Editor: Joseph S. Pete


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