“Last summer’s edition, this time held at The Vogue, was amazing as usual, but also notable for the many excellent drunks in the audience.” Jen Bingham rates the show within the show.
“It’s no coincidence that at least three big Fountain Square events this weekend involve Well Done Marketing and our staff. We love it here–and we’d love for you to visit.” Ken Honeywell gives you five good reasons.
Want to get up close and personal with Indy writer Bryan Furuness? Come see our Mythic Indy Reading this Friday night–and check our this piece by fellow Indy writer Carrie Gaffney.
“The brilliant steel lines of Eskenazi Hospital arched upward as if reaching for the sun. Its futuristic glass angles shone with reflections of orange clouds. I might be stuck here in Indiana, but at least I was working in a new hospital.” A Mythic Indy story by David S. Chang.
“Death was quite a surprise to James. There was no heaven, no freedom. Instead, he found himself rooted to the cemetery, free to travel within its bounds, but always ending up at the same place.” A Mythic Indy story by Jason Roscoe.
“The first two figures knelt, bowed beneath their limestone blocks and the façade they supported, but the third stood half-standing, gripping the block with head partly upturned. His empty stone eyes were fixed on the crane.” A Mythic Indy story by Laura VanArendonk Baugh.