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Our Top 10 Features of 2014

From Glenda Ritz to grief, Larry Legend to largesse left to an Indiana city, here are this year’s top feature-length stories and cover subjects.

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A Review of Indy Writes Books: A Book Lover's Anthology

Literary superstar John Green gets top billing, but it’s the lesser-known names that make it worth the price of admission.

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My Best of Indy: John Green

“I still buy books at bookstores, and most of our children’s books come from Kids Ink,” he says. “I buy some YA titles there, too.”

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Book Tour: Six Memorable Tomes Set in Indiana

Fort Wayne is Seventh on Hitler’s List is a collection of 17 stories about famous and less-than-famous Indiana residents from Fort Wayne native Michael Martone.

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Culture Q&A: Sarah Urist Green

“One of the reasons that this show has been fun to work on together is that it gives us an excuse to travel together,” she says of husband John Green. “I do the large majority of the work for the art assignment, and he shows up to film.”

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John Green’s Paper Towns Has Its Movie Starlet

Cara Delevingne will star alongside Nat Wolff, who was previously featured in The Fault in Our Stars and befriended John Green during that movie’s shooting.

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'The Fault in Our Stars' May Falter at Box Office

While the teen crowd obsesses rabidly over its favorite YA literary characters, its passion often burns out as quickly as a post-prom afterglow.

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Review: The Fault in Our Stars Film Stays Faithful

The film is certainly carried by the performances of Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as its star-crossed, cancer-stricken couple, but it receives much-needed doses of gravitas and vigor from Willem Defoe as the eccentric author of the book over which Hazel and Augustus bond.

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10 John Green Quotes That Didn't Fit in Our June Cover Story

“I really like Indianapolis. I like living in a city where real people do real work. I love our friends here. I just went to the BMV, and it was almost pleasurable. It’s almost something I would choose to do on a Tuesday—to go get a driver’s license.”

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Ryan Hunter-Reay, John Green & David Letterman Cross Paths in NYC

Hunter-Reay was in the New York neighborhood of Green’s movie premiere to film an episode of The Late Show. Here’s what happened.

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Editor's Note: June 2014

There’s a worry when profiling someone as universally beloved as John Green that the story will become a hagiography. The brains behind the bestselling novel The Fault in Our Stars couldn’t be as good-hearted and scandal-free as he seems, right?

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Tweets of the Week: John Green & Lance Stephenson Memes

Via @realjohngreen, “Very sad to hear of the death of Maya Angelou. She was a brilliant writer who used her platform with care and thoughtfulness. Godspeed.”

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Greenlight! John Green's Next Blockbuster Film?

With John Green’s latest novel, The Fault in Our Stars, getting the Hollywood treatment, we decided to play casting director for his previous books.

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Quick Reads: John Green's Best Tweets

@RealJohnGreen wrote the book on connecting with readers through social media. Here, a few of his most clever tweets.

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Tweets of the Week: Indy Mini, Pacers Prom & More

Said @djindianajones of the Atlanta Hawks’ Shelvin Mack, “Right now we don’t care if u went to butler or pike it’s game 7!!!! #gopacers”

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