Robin Waldron


Robin Waldron, a feature writer for Senior Life publication, highlights the Front page of the magazine with her September 2018 article, titled, “A Bookstore with a Cause,” (and continued on page 2 of the magazine). This is an excellent read about downtown’s Massachusetts Avenue (Mass Ave) Indy Reads Bookstore which supports adult literacy in Indianapolis.

What started as a program of the Indianapolis Public Library,  this independent bookstore just celebrated its 6th birthday. Waldron’s article explains the mission of this unique bookstore, the collaboration with the non-profit adult literacy program, Indy Reads organization, and the need for more volunteers for the overall success of this adult literacy venture. An insightful read, this article is a refreshing take on the power of those wishing to make life better for adults in need of reading skills.

Indy Reads Bookstore is located in downtown Indianapolis at 911 Massachusetts Avenue.
(317) 384-1496 – Website: Bookstore hours are: Monday-Thursday 11am-7pm; Friday-Saturday 11am-9pm; Sunday 12pm-6pm.

Indy Reads is located at Central Library, 40 E. St. Clair St., Indianapolis. (317) 275-4040
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respective websites. This is a great cause!

 Read Robin’s articles as well as all of the informative articles in the newsstand hardcopy or check out the Senior Life Newspapers website at Robin’s September 2018 article can be found at:

Article by: Karen Zimmerman – Published in the September issue of the Central Indiana Writers’ Association Newsletter.