Personal Indianapolis: Thirteen Years of Observing, Exhorting, and Satirizing the Hoosier Capital
David Hoppe is an arts leader in Indianapolis, the originator of the first literary festival for the city, and a friend of Kurt Vonnegut. He also was columnist for NUVO magazine, covering provocative ideas for the Hoosier capital. This collection of his best columns covers issues like mass transit, preserving interesting neighborhoods, political posturing, and the future of the city as a living space for personal growth. This book will be the basis for a series of metropolitan growth issue forums 2014-15.