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Chloe Caldwell to deliver RopeWalk Reading March 21

Chloe Caldwell to deliver RopeWalk Reading March 21

3/13/2013 | University Communications

The spring 2013 RopeWalk Visiting Writers Reading Series will continue with a reading by Chloe Caldwell at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 21 in USI’s Traditions Lounge in University Center East.

Caldwell is the author of the essay collection, Legs Get Led Astray and the e-book The New Age Camp. Her nonfiction has appeared in The Rumpus, Nylon Magazine, The Nervous Breakdown, Chronogram, The Frisky, The Sun Magazine, SMITH Magazine, Jewcy, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, Vol 1. Brooklyn, Freerange Nonfiction, and The Faster Times.

Caldwell is the founder and curator of the Hudson River Loft Reading Series and has taught creative writing workshops at Omega Teen Camp, The Hudson Opera House, and Crow Arts Manor. She splits her time living in upstate New York and Portland, Oregon.

The reading is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception and book signing.

Publications by Caldwell are available for purchase at the USI Bookstore and Barnes and Noble Booksellers.

Presented by USI's College of Liberal Arts, the RopeWalk Visiting Writers Reading Series is made possible through the support of Southern Indiana Review, USI Society for Arts and Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Indiana Arts Commission, and USI Student Writers Union.

For more information, call Nicole Louise Reid, director of the RopeWalk Reading Series, at 812/464-1916.

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