Chloe Eudaly

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'''Chloe Eudaly''' has owned and operated [[Reading Frenzy]] since 1994. Reading Frenzy is located in [[Portland, OR]], and is one of a handful of bookstores across the country devoted to independent and alternative press, with a special focus on self-published work, such as [[zines]] and [[minicomics]]. With a small crew of part-time paid and volunteer staff, Reading Frenzy has hosted hundreds of free literary and art events, and serves as a hub of activity for the local small press, arts, and activist communities as well as visiting authors and artists.  
'''Chloe Eudaly''' has owned and operated [[Reading Frenzy]] since 1994. Reading Frenzy is located in [[Portland, OR]], and is one of a handful of bookstores across the country devoted to independent and alternative press, with a special focus on self-published work, such as [[zines]] and [[minicomics]]. With a small crew of part-time paid and volunteer staff, Reading Frenzy has hosted hundreds of free literary and art events, and serves as a hub of activity for the local small press, arts, and activist communities as well as visiting authors and artists.  
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Ms. Eudaly is also a co-founder of the [[IPRC]], and runs [[Show & Tell Press]], publisher of [[Craphound]], edited by [[Sean Tejaratchi]] since 2005.
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Ms. Eudaly is also a co-founder of the [[Independent Publishing Resource Center]], and runs [[Show & Tell Press]], publisher of [[Craphound]], edited by [[Sean Tejaratchi]] since 2005.
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Chloe Eudaly has owned and operated Reading Frenzy since 1994. Reading Frenzy is located in Portland, OR, and is one of a handful of bookstores across the country devoted to independent and alternative press, with a special focus on self-published work, such as zines and minicomics. With a small crew of part-time paid and volunteer staff, Reading Frenzy has hosted hundreds of free literary and art events, and serves as a hub of activity for the local small press, arts, and activist communities as well as visiting authors and artists.

Ms. Eudaly is also a co-founder of the Independent Publishing Resource Center, and runs Show & Tell Press, publisher of Craphound, edited by Sean Tejaratchi since 2005.

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