The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library is a public benefit, nonprofit organization championing the literary, artistic, and cultural contributions of the late writer, artist and Indiana native Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. The Library is creating a library that will also serve as a cultural and educational resource center, functioning as a museum, art gallery, and reading room for readers, writers, and students. In addition, the library will support language and visual arts education for the local community. The KVML has been offered free space for the library by Katz and Korin, PC at the Emelie Bldg. in Indianapolis. The library will have 1,100 square feet to fill. The library is expected to open in Fall 2010.