Tabs open on your screen right now:
Netflix, Power House Arena, Twitter, Interview w/ Mary Miller on Electric Literature, Litreacor (my online class), The Rumpus

If you had to brag about yourself:
I used to call myself a “cheese expert” which is really far from the truth

Your writer crush:
Leopoldine Core

Favorite lyric:
What! I have so any and when I write books I add like five different epigraphs of song lyrics. But right now it’s an Angel Olsen lyric from her song Sister: All my life I thought I’d change

Any place in the world:
I don’t get this.

Best breakfast:
Hard boiled eggs with toast and weed butter. Or yogurt with fruit.

Favorite online places right now:
HBO Go and Netflix

Sweetest thing:
Raw honey

Your rituals (writing or not):
Naturopathic Oat Polish every night

Least impressive thing about you:
I can’t kayak

Favorite space to write:
Home /Desk

What should we know:
Nada

Guilty literary pleasure:
Psychology Today

Best book nobody talks about:
Mathilda Savitch by Victor Lodato

Character (TV, book, movie) you most identify with:
Frances Ha

Last time you lied:
In this interview

The lie:
My favorite lyric

Question you secretly want to be asked:
What’s your favorite flower?

The answer:
Daffodil

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CHLOE CALDWELL is the author of the novella,WOMEN and the essay collection Legs Get Led Astray. Chloe’s next essay collection, I’ll Tell You in Person, will release fall of 2016 from CoffeeHouse & Emily Books. She teaches creative nonfiction writing in New York City and online. She grew up in the hamlet of Spencertown, New York and after living in New York City, Washington, Oregon, and a brief stint in Berlin, currently resides in Hudson.