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Her Eras Tour broke worldwide record ticket sales, and more recently, her documentary broke the box office. That’s right; we’re talking about the pop culture phenomenon herself, Taylor Swift. Lately, it seems like you can’t look at a single screen without seeing Taylor’s face. And until she makes her way to Indianapolis in fall of 2024, screens are all local Taylor fans are going to get. Luckily, she’s been all over the news with her record-breaking album sales and sold-out arena tours. Even sports media is taking advantage of her stardom to boost their views and merchandise sales!

Here are a few ways to get your Taylor fix and keep your “Taylor Era” going!

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is Out Now

Put on your coziest cardigan and gather your besties because Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is in theaters now! At nearly three hours long, the movie is a tribute to her entire discography, inviting fans to sing and dance along to every song. Get ready for an immersive, live concert experience from the convenience of your local movie theater at a fraction of the price.

Attend IU’s Free Taylor Swift: The Conference Era

Hosted by the Indiana University Arts & Humanities Council, Taylor Swift: The Conference Era, seeks to gather Swifties and Swifty-adjacent thinkers for a meeting of the (master)minds focused on examining pertinent topics through the lens of sold-out stadium star Taylor Swift. There will be keynote talks, panels and workshops with over 30 national and global scholars. There will even be a Taylor Swift-themed artist market! The free event will take place at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater on November 3 and 4, with adjacent events at First Thursdays and the Cook Center for Public Arts & Humanities. Want to get more involved? They’re accepting volunteers!

Try Book Recs from Library Staff

Swifties from every corner of the Library came together to recommend books and graphic novels inspired by all ten of Tay’s records. Separated by album and era, our booklist picks are further divided into recommendations for adults, teens, and children! Browse the illustrated PDF booklet we created or scroll through the booklist on our website. 

Of course, you can check out all of the featured books from the Library, but you can also stream all of Taylor’s albums on Hoopla immediately with no waitlists! Listen and read and make sure to let us know what you think of the pairings. Tag us @mcplindiana with your recommendations, too!

Join us for Friendship Bracelets (Taylor’s Version)

Missed out on trading friendship bracelets with other Swifties? Patrons are invited to drop in on Saturday, October 21, from 12–2 PM at the Downtown Library to make Taylor Swift-themed friendship bracelets to trade with friends and other fans. Make bracelets, have some snacks, and chat with other fans about your favorite Taylor Swift songs and eras. Age 6 and up.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Booklist

  • My Murder


  • Long Story Short


  • Beetle & the Hollowbones


  • The Cottage Fairy Companion


  • Lovely War


  • Teacup


  • Ella Enchanted


  • Seven Endless Forests


  • Writers & Lovers


  • Worm Loves Worm


  • The Love Letter


  • Princess Princess Ever After


  • The Edge of In Between


  • Sweetbitter


  • The Girl Who Drank the Moon


  • Cosmoknights


  • The Scorpio Races


  • The Honeys


  • Hunted


  • Witch Hazel


  • Chef's Kiss


  • I Am Princess X


  • The House in the Cerulean Sea


  • Sense and sensibility : the screenplay & diaries : bringing Jane Austen's novel to film


  • Anti/Hero


  • Kit McBride Gets a Wife


  • The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe


  • Honest June


  • Lumberjanes


  • I Want My Hat Back


  • Truman


  • The Deep and Dark Blue


  • Highly Suspicious and Unfairly Cute


  • Persuasion


  • A Girl's Guide to Moving On


  • All My Rage


  • The Switch


  • A Man and His Cat. 1


  • After Hours on Milagro Street


  • The Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays on a Human-Centered Planet


  • The Tea Dragon Society


  • The Great Gatsby


  • Firefly Lane


  • Always, In December


  • Julia's House for Lost Creatures


  • Gone-Away Lake


  • Forever, Interrupted


  • Entwined


  • Paper Girls


  • Rebecca


  • The Magnolia Palace


  • Move Your Mood!


  • The Old Truck


  • Red, White, and Royal Blue


  • The Summer I Turned Pretty


  • Once More Upon a Time


  • Pudge and Prejudice


  • A Tale Dark and Grimm


  • The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo


  • The Girls I've Been


  • Ana María and the Fox


  • The Grace Year


  • The Wishing Spell


  • Awkward


  • GFFs Ghost Friends Forever: My Heart Lies in the 90's


  • Carl and the Meaning of Life


  • Girls Like Us


  • Taproot


  • Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me


  • Good Fortune


  • And They Called it Camelot


  • Legends and Lattes


  • Fat Chance, Charlie Vega


  • The Dark Lord Clementine


  • Conversations with Friends


  • The Prince and the Dressmaker


  • Ash Princess


  • Marshmallow and Jordan


  • Not That Kind of Ever After


  • Snapdragon


  • Anna K.


  • Anne of Greenville


  • The No-Show


  • A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow


  • Woman Who Turned Children Into Birds


  • Enchanted to Meet You


  • Ruby Spencer's Whiskey Year


  • Frizzy


  • Happy Place


  • Space Opera


  • Princeless


  • A Little Bit Country


  • A Court of Thorns and Roses


  • All the Crooked Saints


  • The Rocks


  • I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter


  • Spoon River Anthology


  • Song in the City


  • Where You've Got to Be


  • A Psalm for the Wild Built