Limestone Post’s A Sense of Place is a commemorative magazine that tells the history of Bloomington and Monroe County through art — in-depth stories, iconic paintings, poetry, illustrations, and even recipes. This collectible publication includes 100 pages of beautiful work by more than two dozen local writers, artists, photographers, and other creative people, including these contributors:
Jim Manion on Bloomington’s legacy as a music town “that flourishes with energy and intent”
William Morris Jr. on African Americans’ rich past and vital present in our community
Emily Hines on how architecture has shaped our unique sense of place
Michael G. Glab on the years when Hoagy Carmichael and his friends turned Bloomington into a hotbed of jazz and Dada
Laura Martinez on Native American culture and history in the region
Ross Gay with a valentine to Bloomington in verse
as well as art from Uel Sven, Penina Gal, Mark Ratzlaff, Richard Koenig, Mark Blaney … and so much more!
Jennifer L. Musgrave, the Founder and Editor of TheHoosierHistorian.com calls Limestone Post’s A Sense of Place “a must read for any Hoosier!” and “a beautiful, informative look at the history, culture, and allure of Bloomington, Indiana. I give this magazine five stars!”
It’s all in A Sense of Place — the art, the architecture, the music, the people, the history — for just $10.00 per copy. You can find it in a few places around town, but if you donate $10 to Limestone Post, we’ll mail a copy to you.
BULK-ORDERS: A 20% bulk discount is available on orders of 5 or more copies! (Other discounts do not apply. Free shipping not included.) Just contact us at email@example.com to receive the promo code in advance of purchasing.
TAX-DEDUCTIBLE: Your purchase is tax-deductible.
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