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Chloe Caldwell is the author of the critically acclaimed novella, WOMEN (Short Flight/Long Drive, 2014) and the essay collection I'LL TELL YOU IN PERSON (CoffeeHouse/Emily Books).

Chloe's work has been published in Buzzfeed, New York Magazine, Vice, Lenny Letter, Salon, The Rumpus, The Sun, Nylon, Men's Health, and half a dozen anthologies.

Chloe teaches creative nonfiction at Catapult in Manhattan, and lives in Hudson, New York.
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A guide that has everything to say about IoT

Implementation of automation is something along with the commercial availability of technological systems that has an increasing number of adopted Internet of Things technology to seriously reduce infrastructure fees and boom ease of protection and integration. As a result, IoT systems can now file state in near real-time and use the horizontal scale available in cloud environments to place into i

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“I always want to feel good and I never want to feel bad. Because of this, I’m experienced in substance abuse issues.”
Chloe Caldwell, Women

“All I wanted was simple and yet the hardest thing to find: a sense of well-being.”
Chloe Caldwell, I'll Tell You in Person

“I can accept that all I’ve ever wanted is not very special—all I’ve ever wanted, like most people, is proof of love.”
Chloe Caldwell, Legs Get Led Astray

Topics Mentioning This Author

“Things hurt worse before they hurt better.”
Chloe Caldwell, Women

“Why does tragedy exist? Because you are full of rage. Why are you full of rage? Because you are full of grief.”
Anne Carson (Translator), Grief Lessons: Four Plays by Euripides

“If I could go back, I'd coach myself. I'd be the woman who taught me how to stand up, how to want things, how to ask for them. I'd be the woman who says, your mind, your imagination, they are everything. Look how beautiful. You deserve to sit at the table. The radiance falls on all of us.”
Lidia Yuknavitch, The Chronology of Water

“When a woman tells the truth she is creating the possibility for more truth around her.”
Adrienne Rich

“My dad is dead. And as I type this, by the window, on the rainy day, I am alive, yes. I am living. But sometimes it doesn't feel like I am doing it fast enough, or hard enough, or all the way. And it is times like that when I can understand wanting a cigarette in my hand, then my mouth, then my hand again. Holding the cigarette. Tending to the cigarette. Giving the cigarette what it needs. Tapping it in the ashtray. Sucking on it.

Then flicking it in the street, like it meant nothing to me.”
Amy Fusselman




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