Rebecca interviews author Anthony Marra about mixtapes, Russia, and humor as a means of resisting -- all in prep of his PygLitFest appearance Friday.
Caldecott Medalist Javaka Steptoe is presenting two programs for PygLitFest and spoke with Rebecca about the importance of "heartfelt stories that bring joy, that say something new."
George Saunders speaks with Rebecca about the theatricality of his new book, his upcoming appearance as part of Pygmalion Literature Festival, and the friends who help him remember what art really means.
It is a bit unusual for a professor from the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology to publish a novel like this, and Jason talks more with author Bob Switzer.
Amie Whittemore, author of the recently published collection, Glass Harvest (Autumn House Press), talked about the “priceless opportunities” living in the C-U area offered her and about her mentor, the late Brigit Pegeen Kelly.
Kate Fenton sits down with the guys from Protagonist Pizza Productions to figure out what exactly is a protagonist pizza?
Local artist and skateboarder Dan White shared some of his highs and lows with Nika
Sara finds enthusiasm for Caitlin Skelcey, a jewlery artist who is inspired by bones!
Nika Lucks speaks with several organizers of the One People's Summer Arts Camp to explore all the new elements of an already amazing, free, arts program for kids.
Jeff gives us an idea of what to expect from two different award-winning quartets set to perform at Krannert this weekend and next week.
Rebecca and Sarah give old and new eyes to the final installment of The Unreliable Bestiary’s BEAR
The Arts Section strives to celebrate our community's rich and vibrant artistic scene, from theatre to local authors, film, performance art, and everything in between.