Indiana’s literary tradition didn’t end with Kurt Vonnegut. And John Green is just one of the many great writers working here today. We bookmarked the state’s most accomplished authors, checked out Indy’s literary archives, and penned the Great American Blurb on where to publish locally. As you can see, there’s still a lot to write home about.
Billy Roc teaches his students the art of professional wrestling. His sweat-scented storage garage doubles as his classroom, dubbed The School of Roc. His program is one of a handful in the state to teach the sport. But no teacher compares to Billy Roc, the self-proclaimed King of Indiana.