Callen Harty is a writer, public speaker, and activist based in Monona, Wisconsin.
On April 12 Callen spoke at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He was invited by the Dean's Office to speak as part of their Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities.
Date to be determined: Callen was invited to be a guest on a weekly radio program out of Los Angeles that is also broadcast nationally via the Internet/podcast. More details to be announced as they are finalized.
Callen is finalizing a date/time to do a training with the direct service providers at Rape Crisis Center in Madison.
Planning continues for the next Paths to Healing conference, to be held on June 22. Keynote this year will be Corey Ingram.
Negotiations are underway for a possible turn as a keynote speaker for a fundraising gala in November. More details as things are finalized.
Finally, he is currently working on final revisions and still trying to determine the perfect title for his first novel.
Callen Harty. Photo taken for an article in Our Lives Magazine--Photo by Melody Harrison Hanson. Used with permission.
Callen's newest book is Invisible Boy, an autobiographical play on surviving child sex abuse, finding oneself, and finding forgiveness.
Follow Callen on Twitter by following this link: @CallenHarty
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At a reading at Milwaukee PrideFest. Photo by Brian Wild.
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For book readings/signings, speaking engagements, or for any other reason Callen may be contacted at the e-mail below.
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