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In addition to his own books, Callen's plays, poems, articles, speeches, essays, and photographs have also appeared in the following.

Why I Didn't Report (essay), Awakened Voices Literary Magazine, 2020.
I Know (poem), Bristlecone Project Newsletter, 2020.
I Know (poem), Dragonfly Arts Magazine, 2020.
The Gentrification of Protest & State Street in Madison (essay & photo), Madison 365, 2020.
Pride (and Prejudice) & Rainbow Flags (essay & photo), Madison 365, 2019.
The Art of Labor (essay), The Milwaukee Anthology, edited by Justin Kern, published by Belt Publishing, 2019.
The Art of Labor (essay), Belt Magazine, 2019.
Centipede (photograph), Pacific Northwest Insects, by Merrill Peterson, published by University of Washington Press, 2018.
Open Letter to Bishop Morlino & St. Augustine Church, New Diggings, Wisconsin (essay & photo), Madison365, 2018.
Mo(u)rning in America (poem), Wisconsin Poets Calendar, 2018 by Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, 2018.
Dan (essay), With One Shot: Family Murder and a Search for Justice, by Dorothy Marcic, published by Citadel, 2018.
Painted Cow, New Glarus (photo), Ecolab newsletter, 2017.
Three Barrels & Tools (photos), in the exhibit Forge Art Photography Exhibit, Goodman Center, Madison, Wisconsin, 2017.
Untitled on sex abuse survival (essay), You Can Help: A Guide for Family & Friends of Survivors of Sexual Abuse and Assault, by Rebecca Street, published by Create Space, 2016.
Brian Wild (photo), Our Lives Magazine, 2014
Chaous Riddle family 2 (photo), Our Lives Magazine, 2014
Chaous Riddle family (photo), Our Lives Magazine, 2014
An Open Letter to Wisconsin Attorney General J. B. Van Hollen on Same-Sex Marriage (editorial), Isthmus, 2014.
Tell Us Where You Stand on Same-Sex Marriage, Gov. Walker & Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch (editorial & photo), Isthmus, 2014.
The Art of Resistance (essay), Local Ground (s): Midwest Poetics, published by Cowfeather Press, 2014.
The Art of Resistance (essay), Verse Wisconsin (online literary journal), 2014.
Yes, Gov. Walker, There is Significant Movement Toward Marriage Equality in Wisconsin (editorial), Isthmus, 2013.
Solidarity Sing-Along (photo), Unintimidated: Wisconsin Sings Truth to Power, compiled by Barbara With, edited by Ryan Wherley, 2013.
On Privilege & What Do We Want? (essay & photo), Monologues of Dissent (blog), 2013.
Triggered (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2013.
Proud Theater-Milwaukee (photo), Wisconsin Gazette, 2013
How Can We Keep from Singing? (essay), The Democratic Underground (website), 2013.
Say It Ain't So, Ryan Braun (editorial), Isthmus, 2013.
Dark Corners (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2013.
The Luck of the Irish & Smiley Balloon, (essay & photo), Isthmus, 2012.
One Man/One Woman (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2012.
On Reading the Constitution Day (or Wisconsin Irony Day) & Wisconsin Constitution in Shadow (essay & photo), Monologues of Dissent (blog), 2012
Freedom (essay) Life After Hate (online magazine), 2012.
An Open Letter to Wisconsin Capitol Police Chief David Erwin (editorial), Isthmus, 2012.
An Open Letter to Wisconsin Capitol Police Chief David Erwin (essay), Monologues of Dissent (blog), 2012
Letter to Scott Walker on Ciara Matthews (essay), Monologues of Dissent (blog), 2012
Reply to Scott Walker (essay), The Progressive (online), 2012.
Reply to Scott Walker (essay), Monologues of Dissent (blog), 2012
Reply to Scott Walker (essay), Kickbutt Liberals (Facebook group), 2012.
Promises to Keep (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
Dan (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2012.
Recall Reality (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
A Fallen Soldier (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2012.
On the Evils of Contraception (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
Homeless in the Heartland (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
An Open Letter to Scott Fitzgerald (essay), Monologues of Dissent (blog), 2012
Multiple photos of citizens turning in recall petitions (photos), Monologues of Dissent (blog), 2012
A Day for Us (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2012.
Sandhills (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
Support the Child Victims Act (editorial), Wisconsin Gazette, 2012.
One Million Very Strong (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
A Day of Unarmed Truth (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
Separation of Church and Hate (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2012.
Today I Consider (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2012.
Reflections on the Year of Protests (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2011.
My Elusive Peace (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2011.
The Capitol Tree (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2011.
Thanksgiving (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2011.
The Legacy of Harvey Milk (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2011.
Emily (photo, edited by Jenna Pope), Wisconsin Occupation Zine, 2011.
Emily (photo), poster for Take the Square event, 2011.
Wisconsin Uprising (photo), Novy Protor, 2011.
United We Bargain (photo), Novy Protor, 2011.
Don't Take Away My Voice (photo), Isthmus, 2011.
It's Not about Paterno, It's about the Kids (essay), The Progressive (online), 2011.
100% (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2011.
Community of Love (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2011.
I Have a Job and a Life, and Still Find Time to Protest (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2011.
Signs of Resistance (essay), forwardseeking.com (online magazine), 2011.
Invisible Boy (play), produced by Northeast School of the Arts, San Antonio, 2011.
Northern Walking Stick (photo), Power Point by the University of Michigan Environmental Interpretive Center, 2011.
A Plea for Labor Day (editorial), Capital Times, 2011.
Peace Begins in the Heart of One (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2011.
A Life Too Short (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2011.
Myth America (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2011.
Strange Fruit (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2011.
Prison Gate (photo), used in a Power Point for a criminal justice class at the University of Cincinnati, 2011.
Students on the Capitol Steps & Wisconsin Day of Silence (photos), Wisconsin Gazette, 2011.
The Path of Peace (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2011.
Winning with Love (essay), Life After Hate (online magazine), 2011.
Bumble Bee on Fall Flower (photo), Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine, 2011.
Yellow-rumped Warbler, Red-tailed Hawk Profile, American Toad, Bullfrog with Orange Eye, Painted Turtle, Sandhill Cranes Feeding, and Young Squirrel (photos), climate change report by Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts, 2011.
Reflections on Invisible Boy (article), Our Lives Magazine, 2011.
Invisible Boy (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2010.
Gavin (publicity photo), Isthmus, 2010.
Nick as Jason (publicity photo), Madison Times, 2010.
Invisible Boy (publicity photo), Wisconsin Gazette, 2010.
Nick Kaprelian (publicity photo), 77 Square, 2010.
Western Corn Rootworm (photo), Iowa State University Crop Adviser Institute e-learning module, 2010.
Wisconsin photo (photo), Wisconsin (It's My State), by Margaret Dornfeld & Richard Hantula, published by Benchmark Books, 2010.
Angels (essay), Salvation Army newsletter, Madison, Wisconsin, 2010.
McBeth (play adaptation), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2009.
Doulus Bay (photo), first place winner, Irish Fest photo contest, 2009.
Student Marchers (photo), Quest Magazine, 2009.
Some Reflections on the National Equality March (essay), Quest Magazine, 2009.
A Wake (play), revival produced by Broom Street Theater, 2009.
Birthplace of the Republican Party, Ripon (photo), educational video by Enrique Barajas, 2008.
Silver Trailer (photograph), cover of Black Out, by Lisa Unger, published by Vintage Crime/Black Lizard, 2008.
Proud Theater: Loud and Clear & Wild for Theater (theater column & accompanying photos), Our Lives Magazine, 2008.
The Return of Richard Ganoung & Outside the Dome (theater column), Our Lives Magazine, 2008.
Bald Eagle, Henry Vilas Zoo, Wisconsin State Journal, 2008.
Leprechaun (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2008.
A Play on Plays (theater column), Our Lives Magazine, 2008.
Season's Greetings (theater column), Our Lives Magazine, 2007.
The Return of Rudnik & A Collective Effort (theater column), Our Lives Magazine, 2007.
Centipede (photograph), The Most Extreme Bugs, an Animal Planet book, published by Jossey-Bass, 2007.
Debs in Prison (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2007.
Wausau/Central Wisconsin Visitor Center (photo), on their website, 2006.
A Wake (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2006.
Joel Gersmann (photo), poster for the art show, The Most Beautiful Jew in the World, 2005.
Reconstructing Harry (presentation), at Frontiers, 2005.
Radical Harry (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2005.
Polar Bear and Wisconsin Constitution (photos), Chamberlain Research calendar, 2005.
Talking Sprits VI (monologues), produced by Wisconsin Veterans Museum for a cemetery tour, 2004.
Morality Play (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2004.
Wisconsin photographs (multiple photographs), Wisconsin 24/7, part of the America 24/7 series of photography books, 2004.
Birch Trees (photo), Promega catalogue, 2004.
The Altar Boy (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2004.
Macaw with Red Backdrop, American Bullfrog, and Grizzly (photos), Chamberlain Research calendar, 2004.
Talking about Talking Spirits (presentation), at South Central Chapter of the Wisconsin Genealogical Society, 2003.
Talking Spirits V (monologues), produced by Wisconsin Veterans Museum for a cemetery tour, 2003.
Silent Play (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2003
Farm, Outagamie County and Tractor, part of the Barnstorm Wisconsin traveling exhibit, 2003.
The Man Who Loved Sex Scene (publicity photo), Madison Magazine, 2003.
Canoes on Lake Wingra and Summer at the Fountain (photos), Chamberlain Research calendar, 2003.
Talking Spirits IV (monologues), produced by Wisconsin Veterans Museum for a cemetery tour, 2002.
The Riviera and Cecropia Moth (photos), Lake Geneva News, 2002.
Judge (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2002.
Snowy Owl, Dandelion, and Creekside Tree (photos), Chamberlain Research calendar, 2002.
Bear Claw (photo), grand prize winner in Animal Planet in unusual animal photo contest, 2001.
Count Fagula (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2001.
Talking Spirits III (monologues), produced by Wisconsin Veterans Museum for a cemetery tour, 2001.
Spring (poem), Wisconsin Poets Calendar, 2001, by Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, 2001.
Last Thief (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2001.
The World Around Me (photos), one-man show at Mother Fool's Coffee House, 2001.
Untitled photo show (photos), one-man show at OutReach, 2001.
David Runyon (photo), In Step, 2001.
Tin Man Mailbox (photo), won wacky mailboxes contest, Scott Stamp Monthly, 2001.
Sex Kittens from Mars (publicity photo), Rhythm, 2000.
The Monsters Among Us (lyrics; music by Brian Wild), for the play Sex Kittens from Mars by Brian Wild, produced by Broom Street Theater, 2000.
Talking Spirits II (monologues), produced by Wisconsin Veterans Museum for a cemetery tour, 2000.
The Color of Dust (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 2000.
It's Just a Stage: The Evolution of Gay Theater (presentation), at Frontiers, 1999.
Talking Spirits (monologues), produced by Wisconsin Veterans Museum for a cemetery tour, 1999.
Pictures at an Exhibition (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1999.
Invited speaker on the topic of writing (talk), at Dignity-Madison, 1999.
Child Photography (article), Dane County Kids, 1998.
Family Reunions (essay), Scott Stamp Monthly, 1998.
Gay Like Me (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1998.
Same-sex Domestic Violence (presentation), Milwaukee PrideFest, 1998.
Miracle Play (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1998.
Muffy the Bitch (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1997.
History Giants Theater: 3000 (one-act play), produced by Mercury Players at Brave Hearts Theater, 1996.
The Legend of Pinkbeard: Pirate of Men (musical; music by Brian Wild), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1996.
The Wall (lyrics, music by Brian Wild), in the play Goodbye, My Brother by Larry Lajoie, produced independently at Dane County Coliseum, 1996.
Mystery Play (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1995.
The Adventures of Ultrah Man (play), independent production at Brave Hearts Theater, 1995.
The Adventures of Ultrah Man (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1994.
Dream Quest (play), produced by Broom Street Theater, 1993.
For Earl (murdered in Superior, Wisconsin, July, 1984) (poem), The James White Review, 1984.
Ten Percent Society & Gay and Lesbian Alliance (articles), Out!, 1983.
At Devil's Lake (essay), Out!, 1983.
Haiku 3, Somewhere over the star, Commercial success, and Nesting (poems), Sweetwater Review, 1980.

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