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Ashley is a writer, host and educator who lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. Somebody's Daughter, is her debut memoir.
“In this beautiful, delicate memoir, writer Ashley C. Ford recounts a childhood defined by her incarcerated father's absence...and she starts a journey toward true and powerful selfhood...” ―Elle
During the fall 2021 semester, Ashley will be participating in a series of events free and open to the public. Find out when she will be on campus.
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Sarah Bredar is a 2020 Ball State English graduate who is currently located in Phoenix, Arizona. She works as a College and Career Coach for a nonprof …
Thomas (Ted) E. Leahey Jr. is a Ball State alum who completed his undergraduate degree in English Education and Speech and later graduated in 1964 wit …
Xiaoxi Zhang is a new English professor at Ball State University for the English Department. Although academic progression is an important ideal to up …
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