The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards were put on hiatus this year. The statewide nonprofit Indiana Humanities has taken over the contest, and is turning it into more of a book award than an award for an author’s body of work.
Indiana Humanities will announce more details later this month, at an event in downtown Indianapolis.
Today on All IN we look into the rich history of literature in Indiana, and how some of its best authors are being recognized.
Produced by Matt Pelsor.
Senior editor, Indiana Historical Society Press
Program manager, Indiana Humanities
Writer-in-residence, Indiana Writers’ Center
President/CEO, Indiana Humanities