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In his new book, “Hoosiers,” James H. Madison, Indiana’s foremost historical scholar, doesn’t just record the major events and grand movements that shaped our geography, economy, and politics. He also makes a case for how the past created a unique identity—still recognizable today—for the people who call this state home.
What happens when fans read her bestselling novels? Sparks fly, the money rolls in, and traditional publishers quake. Here’s how the Hoosier writer keeps them panting for more.
March, a graphic novel drawn by Bloomington-based Nate Powell and written by John Lewis—the last living speaker from the March on Washington—is being hailed as “the pinnacle of the comics canon.”
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Yes, this is Indianapolis. We know we’re supposed to be polite, practical, modest. But we have to admit: All this Super Bowl fuss has gone to our heads. Turns out we like being the center of attention—and it has us feeling pretty darn good about our city.