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About Charlotte Greene
Charlotte was born in a tiny mountain town and spent most of her childhood and young adulthood in a small city in Northern Colorado. While she is usually what one might generously call "indoorsy," early exposure to the Rocky Mountains led to a lifelong love of nature, hiking, and camping.
After a lengthy education in Denver, New Orleans, Washington D.C., and New York, she earned a doctorate in literature and now teaches at the college level.
An early-career academic, Charlotte has moved several times since her latest graduation. She currently lives and teaches in Georgia with her wife and their cat.
You can follow Charlotte on Twitter and Instagram @cgreene_writer and visit her website charlottegreeneauthor.com
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