State Library to publish literary map of Indiana for bicentennial project

State Library to publish literary map of Indiana for bicentennial project


The Indiana State Library in partnership with the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award created a literary map featuring 200 Indiana authors from various counties across Indiana. Fiction and non-fiction authors, as well as many poets adorn the map which showcases Hoosier favorites like Booth Tarkington, James Whitcomb Riley and John Green.



“We are excited to announce the literary map,” said Indiana State Library Professional Development Office Supervisor and Indiana Center for the Book Director Suzanne Walker. “This map will feature many great Indiana authors and provide an opportunity to introduce Hoosiers to authors they may not be familiar with across many writing genres. The last time Indiana published a literary map was in 1974, so you can imagine our excitement!”



Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award Coordinator Laura Willis agreed, “Indiana has such a rich literary history. This map helps illustrate the wide variety of talented Hoosier authors, past and present.”


Indiana public libraries will each receive 100 copies of the literary map. Additional copies may be requested for schools and history or education related organizations by contacting Suzanne Walker at SuWalker@library.in.gov. A digital copy of the map may be found athttp://www.in.gov/library/files/1816-2016_Literary_Map_of_Indiana.pdf.

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