We're back in the midwest today, visiting a truly literary town. Here's how our guide Susan Miller describes the charming city of Indianapolis.
"As soon as visitors arrive by plane, they are greeted by glass installations in the airport etched with poetry written by Indiana poets. This is just the beginning of this city’s surprising literary legacy."
Read through the guide and you'll discover a memorial library honoring Kurt Vonnegut (as well as a restaurant named after one of his books), a coffee shop that donates to charity, and enough readings and conferences to keep you busy all year.