In a trio of August releases, Hoosier writers take readers to Afghanistan, Montana, and back to Indiana.
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.
The Purdue professor is working on a script for
Black Panther: World of Wakanda, which debuts in November.
From a New York Times bestselling parody novel (Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters) to his award-winning sci-fi trilogy, The Last Policeman, this Hoosier transplant helped keep Indy on the literary map.
The library turns to Kickstarter to raise funds for a new location on Mass Ave.
Little Indiana takes a road trip from blog to hardcover this month. We rode shotgun with the book’s author, Jessica Nunemaker, to learn a few of her favorite small-town destinations.
On May 14, the Divedapper Poetry Carnival will mix ballads with balloon animals.
Luck isn’t the writer’s first fan from the pro-sports world.
The local author’s debut novel explores his own troubled childhood.