Cale Kenney – Vitae
Writing & Publishing Experience
Began writing a blog and publishing old and new works on www.howlings.com In 2010 will begin publishing other writers
2004 – 2005 Public readings at various events in Colorado and in 2004 had first reading at Boston Public Library.
2000 – 2003 Authoring and self-publishing Have Crutch Will Travel: The Adventures of a Modern Day Calamity Jane, a three-year process of immersion which included writing a business plan, putting the book together, editing, producing, promoting, marketing and fulfillment before the release.
2000 Grand Prize Winner reading for One Woman’s Words, Denver Women’s Art Center Gallery
1999 -2004 Reading presenter at Denver Poets Day festival
1994 – Present Work-in-progress, Miss American Pie, 15 chapters of 20-chapter memoir
October 1998 Artist-in-Residence, Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY
January 1998 Short story, “Après Ski,” published in Active Woman’s Travel Guide
April 1, 1998 E-naugural issue of electronic magazine Howlings: Wild Women of The Web: http://www.howlings.com launched. Howlings described below.
1995 – 1997 Editor/Publisher Howlings, Wild Women of The West, quarterly collection of poetry, essays and stories by regional talent
1995 – 2001 Artist Readings: Civic Center Park, Denver Poets Day; Tattered Cover Book Store; Mercury Café Poetry Festival; Capitol Hill Books; Luna Gallery
June 1994 Artist-in-residence, Mark Taper Forum, L.A. Chosen from a national field of disabled writers, wrote/produced 10-minute play.
1988 - 1989 Textbook Editor, DC Heath Company, Lexington, MA
1979 – Present Freelance writer, journalist, storyteller, essayist; published in ESPN’s TV Sports, Powder, Women’s Sports, Mobility, Winter Park Manifest, Life On Capitol Hill, Alpenglo magazine, and Active Woman’s Travel Guide. Published ten stories in Howlings: Wild Women of the West.
1994 – Present Editor/Teacher, National Independent Study Center (NISC) Effective Letter and Memo Writing Course, USDA Graduate School
1994 – 1995 Team Teacher, Writing the Wild Woman, Colorado Free University
1983 – 1985 Composition Instructor, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
1993 – 1995 Instructor, Composition and Research Paper courses, Community College of Denver/Auraria Campus
1981 – 1983 Teacher, various informal autobiography and journaling courses
1994 Studied autobiography in weeklong intensive course with author Sallie Bingham at “Writing Your Self” Workshop, Santa Fe, NM.
1991 Studied fiction with author Dan Wakefield, Emerson College, MA
1985 MA/Communications Development, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
1975 BA/English, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA