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Mythic Indy is a planned anthology of invented myths about Indianapolis neighborhoods and landmarks–and we want your contribution. Submissions are now open.
“Basil Egg Noodles. Chocolate Stout Cake. Soy and Sesame Kale Chips. No, this isn’t my weekly grocery list. These are some of the items I bartered for at my first official Indy Food Swap.” A photo essay by Amanda Dorman.
“The first one lasted nineteen years. The chosen name was Kai. He had a brother of whom he was jealous and one day, in the shade of a jutted rock that hung above him like a roof, jealousy consumed him.” New fiction by Robin Lovelace.
““There are moments in every life that are game changers, moments when, after it’s over, everything is different.” Robert Rebein discusses his new book Dragging Wyatt Earp with Josh Flynn.
“Now I live downtown. I’m like a deer, if deer wore wedge boots and lived on eggs and coffee.” Traci Cumbay celebrates her semi-walkable lifestyle.
“Lofty, shmofty. ‘All in Time’ is dark and dreamy, and Indianapolis director Matt Mays has made a vaguely unsettling video that captures the feel of the music perfectly.” A new music video for your entertainment.
“We discussed such things as our inferiority complex, whether we’re a northern or a southern state, and how we measure our Hoosierness.” Kristen Fuhs Wells on a visit from James A. Reeves.
We had a great contest–and we’re thrilled to announce the winners. And you really want to hear the stories at Writer Night with Frank Bill on March 22, too, right?
“Average price of cigarettes in Indiana: $5.56. Average price in Ohio: $5.67. If you smoke a pack a day, you’d save over $40 a year buying your butts in Indiana.” Plus nine more reasons Indiana is better than Ohio.
“It was fun to watch singers onstage with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra sing, ‘the panic, the vomit’ and ‘we hope that you choke.’” Ken Honeywell reviews the ISO’s mashup of Brahms’s First Symphony and Radiohead’s OK Computer.