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On February 22, Wakefield hosts a special screening of the Baldwin documentary I Am Not Your Negro at Keystone Art Cinema. Here, he shares his personal reflections on Baldwin from when the two writers lived in The Village in the 1950s.
An acclaimed writer and Vonnegut confidant reflects on the turn of events that exiled him from the city—and what led him to come back, 40 years later.
The bestselling author made a late-life return to the hometown that angrily rejected him as a young man, after his greatest literary success. And in an ironic twist worthy of a novel, the city heartily embraced him at a time in his life when, perhaps, he needed it most. But does Indianapolis really want the complete, unabridged Dan Wakefield—or just the CliffsNotes?
The Indianapolis author presents a storytelling event, Uncle Dan’s Story Hour, at the bar he helped immortalize in his bestselling 1970 novel Going All the Way.
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