JAMES A. REEVES is a writer, teacher, and motorist who explores the white spaces on the map and writes about American mythologies. He’s driven 150,000 miles along the backroads of America and his first book, The Road to Somewhere: An American Memoir, was published by W. W. Norton. His second book, The Manufactured History of Indianapolis, offers a mythology of the Circle City, and he is currently finishing his first novel, Tragic Lovers on the Radio. He teaches courses in art, design, and philosophy at Bard Early College and Parsons School of Design.