Listen Up: Authors Dan Wakefield, John Green on the Radio

You read about them in Indianapolis Monthly, now hear them on the radio: Indiana authors Dan Wakefield and John Green join host John Krull on the weekly talk show No Limits, airing on WFYI 90.1 FM on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m.

Front & Center: John Green

If the soreness of one's writing hand is a gauge of literary success, Indy-based novelist John Green is on a tear. He recently inscribed every copy of his new young-adult book, The Fault in Our Stars (Dutton Juvenile), out this month, and needed steroid treatments to sign all 150,000 autographs. "When I did a bad one, I wrote a secret URL on the page that takes you to a video of me apologizing for the bad signature," says the 34-year-old, who has a huge fan base online. Half a million people subscribe to his YouTube channel, Vlogbrothers, on which Green and his brother Hank do stuff like perform Star Trek parody songs and discuss the travails of the writing process. Like Twihards and Gleeks, their fans even have a nickname: Nerdfighters.

Q&A: Author John Green at Indy Reads Books Opening

It was a busy day for Indy Reads Books; the new store had just opened this morning, and by 5 p.m., it was hosting a rare local reading by Indy author John Green. He spoke to readers and answered questions with his signature energy and wit, and afterward hundreds of readers waited patiently for a chance to speak with the author while he signed their books (and, in one case, a hat). After the marathon session, Green found time to talk with us.

Indy Reads Brings Literary Touch to Mass Ave

Three years of work came to fruition today for Indy Reads with the 11 a.m. opening of its new bookstore on Mass Ave. A modest crowd filled the beautifully designed interior of the spot to take a look at the first bookstore to grace downtown since Borders left last year.

High Notes, Low Notes: Ryan Murphy's Prolific Career

With Glee fading in the Nielsen ratings, Murphy's latest series, American Horror Story, garners serious buzz from its creepy debut episode, with star Jessica Lange going on to win a Golden Globe for her role.

Dialogue: Steve Inskeep Talks Radio

Carmel, Indiana, turned 175 years old in 2012. Its native son Steve Inskeep, co-host of NPR's "Morning Edition" returned to speak at the Founders Dinner.

Q&A: Dayo Okeniyi of The Hunger Games

On March 23, the much anticipated film adaptation of The Hunger Games hit theaters nationwide, earning $155 million at the box office in its opening weekend. Before starring as Thresh in the movie, Dayo Okeniyi spent his college weekends as any college student in the Indianapolis area would—hanging out with friends in the midtown district. Though he grew up in Nigeria, Okeniyi moved to Indiana as a teen, graduating from Heritage Christian School in Indianapolis and earning his bachelor’s degree from Anderson University in Anderson.

46 Super Reasons to Love Indy

I. The Vonneguts were here (and still are). The new Kurt Vonnegut mural along Mass Ave has made the likeness of Indy’s most famous...

Checkered Past

His car owner, Howard Marmon, however, was having a different sort of evening.