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
Labor Day Weekend in Bloomington has become renowned for the artistic and literary pageant that is the Fourth Street Festival.
Maria Hamilton Abegunde, who studies trauma and healing, discusses a novel told from the perspective of an 11-year-old child soldier in West Africa.
In her book Practically Joking, IU folklorist Moira Marsh suggests that the common prank be reevalutated for its social and aesthetic function.
Rev. Mary Ann Macklin is writing a novel. Reading "Meeting Her Match" was as much research as it was a trip down memory lane.