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Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award Intern - Spring 2018

We are excited to announce that we are seeking an intern for the Spring 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 (www.indianaauthorsaward.org) and will assist other staff members as needed. This internship requires 16 hours per week in the office and is scheduled to begin in January with an end date in late April or early May. 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...

2015 National Author Winner Marianne Boruch's new book on The New Yorker's "The Books We Loved in 2016" list

2015 National Author Winner Marianne Boruch recently published a book of poetry, "Eventually One Dreams the Real Thing," that was recognized by The New Yorker. Follow the link below for more from Boruch on her new poems, The New Yorker and her plans for the future. Continue reading...

Michael Shelden lends insight into Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of ‘1984’

The National Winner of the 2014 Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award, Michael Shelden, has again made the headlines for his research and writing. Continue reading...

2011 Emerging Author Winner Micah Ling New Book – “Flashes of Life”

2011 Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award Winner Micah Ling has a new book of poetry centered on music and pop culture. The book is structured like a concept album, and includes remixes, “bonus tracks,” and more. Continue reading...