2nd Maine Militia
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Scope and Content This collection consists almost entirely of newspaper and magazine interviews with the author and reviews of her publications. The material reveals a great deal about her personal life and how it influences her writing. There is also information about her involvement in the 2nd Maine Militia which she founded in 1995, premised on the negative aspects of the influences of corporations on the working class. Also in the collection is an audiotape of Chute's speech at the University of Hartford...
Collection Scope and Content The majority of the collection is composed of correspondence from Carolyn Chute to Peter Kellman, spanning the years of 1995-2018. Chute's correspondence is wide-ranging in its subject matter--from personal reflections on writing and the politics of publishing to political discussions about corporate personhood and the work of the 2nd Maine Militia. Chute discusses the media portrayal of the 2nd Maine Militia and working class people in general. Chute's letters are open--exposing personal...
Dates: 1995-2018, undated