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Literary Indianapolis

Author Allison Lynn writes about Literary Indianapolis: “There is an excellent library downtown. A splashy 2007 renovation merged the original 1917 limestone Greek Doric structure with an eye-popping glass-and-steel addition. The government here doesn’t like to spend money, and any talk with Hoosiers about the project will leave you with the clear understanding that post-recession this massive renovation would never have happened. So let’s all toast the boom years. The new Central Library is a marvel. It’d make anyone want to read.”

Read the full article at Ploughshares magazine here, and check out Literary Tourist’s listings map for Indianapolis here.

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