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Crowley, Madeline

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Madeline Crowley, BFA, MA, teaches writing and Critical Thinking at CityU of Seattle. She’s worked variously in academia, as a professional writer and as a visual artist. Her training is in Fine Art and Art History.  She has written articles published in: The Philadelphia Inquirer; Hype Magazine; Reflex Magazine; the Madrona News; and The Central District blog. Her oral history blog, The People of the Central Area & their Stories covers nearly 50 stories and living memory across Seattle’s Central Area. ??

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