"Girls should have the ability and the education and the information to make logical choices themselves about what they want to do with their bodies."
New book tells in words and images the story of an Indiana town whose utopian past is a palpable presence.
"I... listen to NPR every morning, hoping to hear his voice on the radio, so I can go over to the canvas still in the corner of my room and begin to paint."
Just like a plumber or any other crafts person you have to have tools.
Nancy Hiller and Kendall Reeves' A Home of Her Own is an anthology of radical tales of female reinvention, disguised as a coffee table book for decorators.
Sallyann Murphey might be a Londoner by birth, but her writing about Brown County is part of the legacy of American transcendentalists like Thoreau and Emerson.
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.