What happens when a Harvard-trained composer and a New York violinist/lyricist/poet create the world's first sitcom opera?
Artworks’ Adam Schwartz speaks with Bill Peschel, author of Writers Gone Wild, a collection of anecdotes of great writers at their worst behavior.
WFIU’s Adam Schwartz speaks with Bloomington author Adam Langer about his fourth novel, The Thieves of Manhattan.
Artworks' Adam Schwartz speaks with a violinist/psychologist who works with musicians afflicted with performance anxiety, and with two of her clients.
Harvey Sachs' new book, "The Ninth: Beethoven and the World in 1824," seeks to reveal what Beethoven was telling us.
An interview with the editor of a new collection of writings by Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz.
Indiana ambient musician Jeff Pearce plays the Chapman Stick to evoke Indiana’s four distinct seasons. His music is often heard on WFIU's Hearts of Space.
Dennis Palumbo helps Hollywood creative types get sane. His clients are mostly Hollywood above-the-line talent struggling with creative issues.
Adam Schwartz interviews Laurie R. King, author of a popular series of thrillers featuring the crime-busting team of Sherlock Holmes and Mary Russell.
Devotees of letter writing claim that those of us who have been seduced by instant communication are missing out on one of life’s pleasures.