Tuesday, January 16, 2007


Indianapolis celebrates ‘The Year of Vonnegut’

A Man without a Country

‘With a new paperback set to hit shelves and a celebration of his work underway, Kurt Vonnegut is already enjoying a banner year.

The city of Indianapolis, where the literary legend was born and raised, has declared 2007 “The Year of Vonnegut,” coinciding with Tuesday’s paperback release of his latest work, A Man Without a Country.

Vonnegut, 84, insists that the slim volume of essays and simple illustrations, a sort of mini-memoir published in 2005, is his last contribution.’

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