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Board Bookshelf: Like this, Try that!

After nearly 10 years of celebrating homegrown Hoosier authors, the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award has quite the list of Indiana writers to recommend! Now that summer reading is in full swing, we thought we would ask some members of The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation’s Board of Directors what’s on their bookshelf and suggest some Indiana Authors Award winners and finalists they might want to make room for. Continue reading...

Free Webinars About Books and Authors from Indiana Center for the Book

The Indiana Center for the Book and the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award are excited to announce a series of webinars focused on authors and reading. From booking authors, to learning about new Indiana authors for kids, to diversifying your selections for your book clubs, we’ve got you covered. Continue reading...

Interview with the Intern - Emily Rasmussen

The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation is fortunate to have had Emily Rasmussen join us for the spring semester! She has brought her curiosity, enthusiasm and thoughtfulness to a variety of tasks related to the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award. Read on for more about Emily and her experience. Continue reading...

Making Time to Read—From the Experts!

Do you love reading but feel like you never have enough time to pick up a book? You’re not alone—with so many distractions (from work to television to Twitter) competing for our free time, it can be difficult to read as much as much as we would like. Continue reading...

We're Hiring - Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award Intern (Fall 2018)

We are excited to announce that we are seeking an intern for the Fall 2018 semester! The intern will work closely with one of the Library Foundation’s Development Officers on the statewide Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award program and will assist other staff members as needed. This internship requires 16 hours per week in the office and is scheduled to begin in August with an end date in mid-November. Pay starts at $12 an hour. This internship may be served for college credit, to expand on your education or for critical job experience. Internships for course credit must be approved by the student’s school or department. Continue reading...