“‘I am sorry if my remarks offended anyone,’ Pence said Thursday. ‘Although they were taken entirely out of context, I can see how some Dentist-Americans might take offense.'”
We asked for hot summer stories, and you came through with sweat, salt and barbecue. Our winning story will run Monday, June 25.
“I’m not totally sure I understand how our ‘yard’ can be ‘too tall.’ Would that be because you couldn’t actually call it grass?” Jenny Walton‘s front lawn won’t be featured in Better Homes and Gardens anytime soon.
300 people on Indianapolis’s northwest side shared short stories of objects or wishes that were important to them–then artists illustrated the stories. Tonight at Service Center, they’re all on display. Yes, you should go.
Punchnel’s is looking for summer stories. And we’re certain you have a great one. Our Summer Story Contest is now open to submissions. We want short fiction–1,000 words or fewer. And we want them by June 1.
Well, it would be a crime if you missed our pal Frank Bill, author of Crimes In Southern Indiana and the upcoming novel Donnybrook, at the University of Indianapolis tonight. Frank is reading and answering your questions as part of UIndy’s Kellogg Writers Series. Especially if you’re a young writer, Frank is an inspiration. He…