The development of science-fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury is chronicled in a new book by IUPUI professor Jonathan R. Eller.
From the character in Bram Stoker's novel, to the various film portrayals, to the historical figure who was the inspiration for it all... Who is Dracula?
"You're taking something from your head that is you, you're putting it on paper and you're creating this world. People read that, and they know who you are."
WFIU's Adam Schwartz attends a reading of IU professor emeritus Harry Geduld, who reads a selection of his strange, funny, savage tales.
"Writers are tenders of the necropolis—people who take care of the city of the dead."
"You see this incredible blossoming in these young women, as writers and as girls who are really thoughtful, and who have something to say about the world."
Bloomington was represented at this year's Comic-Con International by award winning graphic novel author Nate Powell who was peddling his new book "Any Empire."
Quirky artifacts—from Sylvia Plath's childhood sketches to Amiri Baraka’s decorated agenda book—offer alternate routes inside the minds of literary giants.
The tale of the world's longest-running bluegrass music festival.
"Rather than lamenting the loss of that older world," explains poet Maurice Manning, “I want to imagine its recreation.”