The Indianapolis Anthology

 
 
Belt City Anthologies; Belt Publishing
  • erschienen am 11. Mai 2021
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  • 175 Seiten
 
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978-1-953368-16-4 (ISBN)
 

Part of Belt's city anthology series, a reconsideration of one of America's most misunderstood cities.

Is Indianapolis just another midwestern city to fly over on the way to bigger and better destinations? Or is it, as locals know, a place where different peoples and ideals converge to create a rich cultural center? The Indianapolis Anthology showcases Naptown's vibrancy and diversity with pieces from journalists, poets, historians, established community voices, and first-time writers. The Circle City is more than the home of the Indianapolis 500, John Dillinger, Kenneth "Babyface” Edmonds, Kurt Vonnegut, Prozac, and Wonder Bread. In these pages, you'll find:

•lawn chairs in the beds of pick-ups

•Punk rock in Naptown

•suffragists and entrepreneurs

•cement pietàs

•dog bakeries and yoga studios

•red brick bungalows and war memorials

•steakburgers and Mexican seafood; pho and sauerbraten.

In other words, you'll find images from a city that is truly a cross section of today's America. Edited by Norman "Buzz” Minnick and with contributions from Etheridge Knight, Terrance Hayes, Michael Martone, and Karen Kovacik.

An insiders' look that will make you see a great midwestern city in a brand-new light.

  • Englisch
  • La Vergne
  • |
  • USA
Belt Publishing
  • 5,58 MB
978-1-953368-16-4 (9781953368164)
Norman "Buzz" Minnick came of age in the 1980s punk scene of Louisville, Kentucky and was the front man for the influential hardcore band, Bush League. His previous books include the poetry collections To Taste the Water (winner of the First Series Award from Mid-List Press) and Folly (Wind Publications). He lives in Indianapolis.
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Introduction: Indianoplace
  • Or, What Results from Being Plunked down on a Flat, Swampy, Heavily Forested Tract of Land
  • Home
  • Our House
  • Back Home Again in Indy
  • International Oasis in the Midwest
  • State Museum Thoughts
  • Permission on Holy Ground
  • Find Your Own
  • Doc Coe and the Malaria Epidemic
  • Indianapolis
  • Tibbs Drive-In
  • Indy 500, 1975
  • Hawking Indy 500 Souvenirs during the 100th Running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing
  • This Is Dogtown
  • Jim Jones Goes to Night School
  • Punk Rock in Naptown
  • East Side
  • Indianapolis
  • Imagining the Black Crossroads: Music and Memory on Indiana Avenue
  • Red Clay
  • Leaving Indiana after X-Mas, 1987
  • Busking on State Capital Streets
  • What Was the Contribution of Neighbors?
  • My Father's Keeper
  • In Indy, #BLACKYOUTHMATTER!
  • How an Old White Guy Got Woke
  • Reclamation
  • Transpo
  • Fountain Fossil
  • Growing Food in the City: Urban Agriculture and Community Gardens in Indianapolis
  • Eight Gardens: On Gardening as Social Practice
  • Mama's Back Porch on Dorman St.
  • Walking to the Circle: 25 Miles through a Divided City
  • Icons from Indianapolis
  • Miss Victory (1895)
  • Monument Circle
  • Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Indianapolis
  • Downtown, Anywhere
  • Wild in Indianapolis
  • In Sight It Must Be Right
  • Jazz Kitchen
  • Floral Lady's Employer Files for Bankruptcy
  • Requiem of a Womanist Library Trustee
  • "Moral Warfare": Indianapolis Women's Long-Fought Battle for the Vote
  • Sarah's Exodus
  • The Story behind Telling Madam C. J. Walker's Story
  • Pink Poodle
  • Birds of Prey
  • Puppies 4 Sale
  • Ruth Lilly's House
  • Mourning at the MLK-RFK Memorial
  • Through Our Eyes
  • Contributors
  • Permissions

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