Literary perspectives on gardens and gardening from Katherine Mansfield, Rita Dove, and others.
Michael Van Vooren's micro-fiction piece, "A Night," was one of five stories selected for The Ryder magazine's third-annual fiction issue.
In this debut episode, poetry and fiction explore intersecting themes of writers and writing, endings and beginnings, and defining the borders of the self.
Henze will perform his poem, "For Those Who Love Fast, Loud Things" this weekend during qualifications for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Along with cold brews and hot cars, the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 will be fueled by a highly unlikely injection: poetry.
Exorcising his demons through imaginative play became a lifelong pastime for Maurice Sendak. A retrospective of his work is currently on view in Bloomington.
A love of nature found in Somalia is among the inspirations for Wagner's poetry.
Indianapolis native, writer Dan Wakefield celebrates the reissue of his World War II home front novel and reflects on his friendship with Kurt Vonnegut.
March: Books One and Two are on the curriculum of schools in over 40 states. Nate Powell discusses portraying the life of legendary Congressman John Lewis.
"War and Peace, the Brave Potatoes by Toby Speed and a little Macbeth mixed in, that's a week for me." Laura Bates