Travis DiNicola has his hand on the pulse of arts, reading, and writing in Indianapolis. Brad met Travis at the Indy Reads Books store to talk about how you end up getting to be the heart of a city’s art community.
Writer Michelle Freed wrote a one-woman stage monologue for the Fringe Festival on a whim. That’s not exactly how you’re told to find a writing career. And yet, here she is. Michelle stopped by the Jam to discuss stumbling into a writing career, doing first and learning later, and the overwhelming world modern writers have to navigate to find success.
Barbara Shoup, the author of Looking for Jack Kerouac and the executive director of the Indiana Writers Center, discussed why she waited 20 years between her first and second novel, the secret worlds writers create, and what writers really think about feedback.