The Pushcart Prize–winning poet takes a break from teaching at Purdue University to speak at UIndy on February 28. Here, the spectacularly coiffed Akbar opens up about scourges ranging from his alcoholism to Donald Trump.
When not writing or presenting poetry, Hanif seeks out the best ice cream in the cities he visits. May we suggest Lick, or Pearings, or Nicey Treat, or Brics, or Huddles, or …
From professors to laureates—a briefing on Indiana’s greatest poets.
Three poets discuss art, inspiration, and spoken word in Indianapolis.
And his wife makes it visual art.
He will speak at IUPUI on April 10.
Playwright Lauren Gunderson brings a rolling world-premiere play to Indy that takes a cue from a literary favorite. Here, the show’s two cast members talk roles and growing pains.
The professor of creative writing and poetry at the West Lafayette–based school lands a $100,000 prize.