Indianapolis, IN 46202
About Indiana Writers Center
Want to be a writer? Then why natter on and on about it — do something! Located in the Indianapolis Art Center’s Cultural Complex in Broad Ripple, this non-profit organization offers classes taught by some of Indiana’s best writers, outreach programs in schools, community organizations and correctional institutions — and a variety of literary events (such as their annual fall festival). All of Indiana Writers Center's programs give voice and confidence to people who are rarely heard. The Center has been offering these opportunities since 1979, surviving a number of challenges to remain our city’s literary mainstay.
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Over the past two years, the Writers' Center of Indiana has navigated their funding travails to not only weather the storm, but come out for the better.
Bill, a Corydon-based crime writer whose debut short-story collection was released this month by FSG, writes of a blue-collar landscape wracked by meth and misery.
Elise Lockwood was, in no uncertain terms, the best writer featured in a showcase of student work presented by the Indiana Writers Center.