Merchandise

  • Not Like the Rest of Us: An Anthology of Contemporary Indiana Writers Not Like the Rest of Us: An Anthology of Contemporary Indiana Writers

    An INwords Publication

    Not Like the Rest of Us: An Anthology of Contemporary Indiana Writers features seventy-eight notable Indiana poets, fiction writers and essayists, including Marianne Boruch, Jared Carter, Mari Evans, Karen Joy Fowler, Helen Frost, John Green, Philip Gulley, Patricia Henley, Susan Neville, Scott Russell Sanders, and Dan Wakefield. The most experienced writers here are in their nineties, the youngest in their twenties. Some are best-selling authors, some widely known... learn more

  • Memory Workshop Memory Workshop

    An INwords Publication

    Maybe you want to preserve the stories of your life for your family; maybe you want to write them solely for yourself--to better understand what made you who you are, perhaps to help heal a hurt that won't let go. Maybe you feel you have a story to tell that the wider world needs to know. Memory Workshop invites you to enter the satisfying process of getting... learn more

  • Dream Workshop Dream Workshop

    An INwords Publication

    Dream Workshop offers you the opportunity to explore and reflect on your own lifetime of dreams. We hope its questions and quotes inspire you and that its writing prompts trigger memories that bring insights and-better yet-fuel future dreaming.


    (The price of $10 includes S/H)

     
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  • Where Mercy and Truth Meet: Homeless Women of Wheeler Speak Where Mercy and Truth Meet: Homeless Women of Wheeler Speak

    An INwords Publication

    In the summer of 2015, Indiana Writers Center staff and volunteers met with homeless women at the Wheeler Mission Community Center for Women and Children to help them write about their lives. The stories they wrote are honest and raw, full of struggle, heartbreak, and hope.

    “It's all there. Their beauty, their strength, their power, their pain...all of it. Such a gorgeous well-rounded view of what it... learn more

  • Finding the Words: Stories and Poems by Women Veterans Finding the Words: Stories and Poems by Women Veterans

    An INwords Publication

    Ten women veterans from a WWII Marine to an Army gunner in Iraq, share personal stories of what it’s like to be a woman in the U.S. Military. With courage, honesty, wit, and wisdom, they find the words.

    Edited by Shari Wagner

    $15.00 + S/H

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  • Flying Island Flying Island

    An INwords Publication

    Flying Island is the Online Literary Journal of the Indiana Writers Center accepting submissions on a rolling basis from Indiana residents and those with significant ties to Indiana.  We are always looking for the next Kurt Vonnegut.

    Flying Island Online began in January of 2014 and is edited by David Hassler, JL Kato and Julianna Thibodeaux.  A collection of the best online writing contributions in Poetry, Fiction... learn more

  • Monday Coffee & Other Stories Monday Coffee & Other Stories

    An INwords Publication

    Mothers of children with special needs feel guilt, sadness, and joy simultaneously, which is hard to understand. The mothers in this anthology don't seek pity; instead, they illustrate a complexity of emotions that start with diagnosis, explore care in both early and later years, and invite us to witness the aftermath... learn more

  • I Remember: Indianapolis Youth Write About Their Lives 2016 I Remember: Indianapolis Youth Write About Their Lives 2016

    An INwords Publication

    Funded by the Summer Youth Program Fund, the Indiana Writers Center's "Building a Rainbow" creative writing program serves a diverse group of young people in Indianapolis, improving their writing and literacy skills through a series of creative writing exercises that teach them how to write the stories of their own lives. Working one-on-one, Writers Center instructors, student teachers, and volunteers help the young writers get their words... learn more

  • Writing Murder Writing Murder

    An INwords Publication

    Jeanne Dams, Phil Dunlap, Michael Allan Dymmoch, Kit Ehrman, Terrence Faherty, S. M. Harding, Libby Fischer Hellmann, Dana Kaye, William Kent Krueger, Beverle Graves Myers, Tony Perona, Mary Saums, Sharon Short, Barbara Shoup and Mark Richard Zubro: These acclaimed Midwestern authors have contributed essays on the basics of writing mystery novels, sharing insights on fiction elements including setting, characters, dialogue, plot and research. In addition, authors offer insight on the genre, how to build suspense, point of view,... learn more

  • Returning: Stories from the Indianapolis Senior Center Returning: Stories from the Indianapolis Senior Center

    An INwords Publication

    In this engaging collection, nine seniors return to significant moments in their lives, presenting stories that range from hilarious, to thoughtful, to hauntingly poetic. Discover why one writer takes his name from a railroad line and how another tries to change beauty pageant history. Find out what happens when Uncle Bob, his wife and thirteen children arrive uninvited and stay overnight. Spend spring break with four co-eds... learn more

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