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Callen has been featured in many newspapers and magazines, as well as on television and radio. Many of the older articles and interviews are no longer online, but quite a few still are. Follow the links below to read, listen, or view some of those interviews and appearances.

With a copy of Invisible Boy

8/7/19--Spoke at a press conference to introduce two bills on sexual assault at the Wisconsin State Capitol. News Conference: Child Victims Act
5/30/17--Interviewed on a segment on sexual assault by Leigh Mills on NBC 15. Canopy Center Provides Services to Victims of Abuse
7/31/04--Interviewed for an episode of City Confidential (Bad Judgment, season 9, # 9).

12/18/15--Interview by Judith Siers-Poisson for Central Time on Wisconsin Public Radio to discuss the release of Empty Playground: A Survivor's Story. Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse
5/26/14--Interview on Proud Theater for WORT's A Public Affair. Memorial Day Special: Proud Theater
4/14/14--One of two guests for an interview on arts activism by John Quinlan on A Public Affair on WORT. Activism and the Arts
3/18/14--Interview by Judith Siers-Poisson on the Larry Meiller Show on Wisconsin Public Radio to discuss the release of My Queer Life. My Queer Life
6/17/13--Interview by John Quinlan on A Public Affair on WORT. Humanitarian Figures in Madison
9/24/12--Interview by John Quinlan on Callen's play One Man/One Woman for A Public Affair. Marriage Equality at Broom Street Theater

3/17/23--Interview by Michael Broussard on Survivor Stories: Callen Harty
4/21--Interviewed for a podcast on the murder of my best friend's father. Manslaughter

12/4/21--Isthmus article on 2021 Wisconsin books. State of the State
4/18/21--Kenosha News article on a presentation for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The event was cancelled due to Callen being hospitalized earlier in the week. Callen Harty, male survivor of childhood sexual abuse, to be speaker for Women and Children's Horizons program
10/17/19--Isthmus article on Broom Street Theater's 50th anniversary. A Radical Experiment
6/28/19--Capital Times article on the annual Paths to Healing conference. Sexual Abuse Conference Educates on Often 'Invisible' Male, African American, LGBTQ Survivors
8/22/16--Article on Proud Theater by Abbey White for the USA Today Wisconsin network. Community Theater Gives Voice to LGBT Youth
6/12/16--Short article in the Capital Times on a candlelight vigil organized by Callen for the victims of the Pulse Nightclub massacre. Candlelight Vigil Planned Sunday Night to Honor Orland Shooting Victims
1/21/16--Article on Empty Playground: A Survivor's Story by Bill Lueders of the Isthmus. I Refuse to Be a Victim
11/29/15--Isthmus publication of a press release for the book release for Empty Playground: A Survivor's Story Callen Harty
11/30/14--Wisconsin State Journal article for Proud Theater's 15th anniversary. A Theater Group for 'Queer' Youth Builds a Legacy on Making Unique Art, Saving Lives
3/13/14--A question and answer session with Jeanne Kolker of the Wisconsin State Journal. Q & A: Callen Harty Speaking Out
1/14/14--Article on My Queer Life by David Dahmer in Madison Times. Callen Harty's "A Queer Life"
9/23/10--Article on Invisible Boy by Lindsay Christians for the Capital Times. Broom Street Takes on Painful Topic of Abuse
7/1/10--Isthmus article by David Sedaris on Callen's resignation as Artistic Director of Broom Street Theater. Scene Change at Broom Street Theater
9/24/09--Article by Lindsay Christians of the Capital Times on Broom Street Theater's 40th anniversary. Broom with a View: Four Decades of Broom Street Theater
11/21/08--Article by Jennifer A. Smith of the Isthmus on Madison community theater. Madison Community Theater People Are In It For Love

9/20/13--Short piece by Aaron Conklin about Callen's play Triggered in Madison Magazine. Three Surprising Things: Broom Street Theater's 'Triggered'
12/15/09--Brief article by Katie Vaughn about Broom Street Theater in Madison Magazine. Thinking Ahead

September, 2018--Featured in The Surviving Spirit newsletter. To check it out, follow this link. It is story number 9 on pages 11-12. The Surviving Spirit

Undated--Bristlecone Project survivor story. Callen Harty
5/17/17--Featured in an article on Broadly for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia on May 17. 50 Activists Fighting for LGBTQ Rights in 50 States
12/10/11--Oral history intverview with Ala Larson-Lohiller on growing up gay in a small town in southwest Wisconsin. Oral History Interview, Callen Harty (1190)

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