On Wednesday, April 18, at 1500 North Delaware Street from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., KVML and Indiana Humanities are hosting New Yorker Marc Leeds, (Vonnegut Encyclopedia author, friend of Kurt Vonnegut, and KVML board member) to lead a discussion on Mary Shelley’s classic, Frankenstein, and Vonnegut’s Frankenstein inspired short story, “Fortitude”. Not only will the conversation be connecting Frankenstein and “Fortitude”, but also Vonnegut’s interest in Mary Shelley and her work, the medical ethics questions that have sparked from both stories, and Frankenstein’s influence on writers, artists, and different creators. All monsters are welcome to join and celebrate the 200th birthday of Frankenstein and our favorite hoosier author! Guests can enjoy the evening interacting with Marc Leeds, emcee, Dr. Emily Beckman of the IUPUI Medical Humanities Program, and drink complimentary beers provided by the Scarlet Lane Brewing Company. To register and for more information click here!