AUTHOR TIM O’BRIEN
Enjoy a conversation with author Tim O’Brien conducted by Joe Jansen, an Indianapolis writer, and Hank Nuwer at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, 2016. The conversation was recorded at a public meet-and-greet fundraiser featuring Mr. O’Brien. Sound quality is not the best. It is a phone recording. Please credit Mr. O’Brien and Vonnegut Library if you use any quotations in scholarly work. Soundcloud link
Short Columns by Hank Nuwer
A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing a Taxidermist
Why Young Writers Need a Portfolio
“People ask why pursue this seemingly impossible challenge to end hazing deaths. One autopsy room. Dozens of autopsy photos. Beautiful, beautiful families no longer to have a complete family hug. I have to try to make a difference.”–Hank Nuwer, author Hazing: Destroying Young Lives
Interview from Family Matters at 11-minute part of video
Here are numerous free hazing videos of journalist Hank Nuwer produced by Kids in the House.
Hank Nuwer is a professor of journalism at Franklin College and the author of the book Hazing: Destroying Young Lives, set for publication by Indiana University Press in February. He is also the author of a novel, Sons of the Dawn: A Basque Odyssey, which deals with hazing and harassment of foreigners in the Old West.
Read “A year after death at fraternity, the shock still reverberates.” An article from Feb. 4, 2018 by columnist Bill Schackner
Read Hank’s interviews with New York Times, NPR, Chronicle of Higher Education, etc.