“Ostensibly, this story—or more accurately, this account—concerns the fate of the erstwhile Tomlinson Hall. I am not, to be clear, a writer by trade, but rather a simple cook.” A Mythic Indy story by Clint Smith.
“On June 26, 1977, Elvis waited in his dressing room at Market Square Arena. For a reason he could not explain, something about the dressing room gave him the creeps.” A Mythic Indy story by Maggie Wheeler.
“It was the year 1913. Paul Philippe Cret was in America and succeeding as a full-time architect, but a skill he hadn’t anticipated needing was the ability to refuse breakfast.” A Mythic Indy story by Austin Wilson.
“Sure, here I was, set to be the guy in the window, so I somewhat mistakenly thought I’d become some kind of tourist attraction. I mentally prepared myself to deal with passersby tapping on the glass, pointing, taking pictures, or waking me up at 3 a.m.”
Who knows what rough beasts will be slouching toward Fountain Square on Friday, October 4, for our Mythic Indy Reading featuring Hugo Award-winning author Mary Robinette Kowal? Will you be joining them?
“”‘This is going to be a little disturbing,’ Tom said, smiling, and then his smile widened and he reached into his mouth and wiggled his teeth until the white veneers came free.” A disturbing new Mythic Indy story by Alex Mattingly.