Angie Klink

Angie Klink is an independent scholar, historian, essayist, copywriter, scriptwriter, and author of nine books. Klink authored The Deans’ Bible: Five Purdue Women and Their Quest for Equality; Kirby’s Way; Divided Paths, Common Ground; and the children’s books Purdue Pete Finds His Hammer and I Found U. Klink has received sixty-one American Advertising Federation ADDY Awards, including a lifetime achievement honor. She is a five-time attendee of the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop at the University of Dayton and received an honorable mention in the Erma Bombeck Writing Competition. She has appeared on Hoosier History Live, C-SPAN’s Book TV, and Voice of America’s “Current Time in America.” She resides in Lafayette, Indiana. Learn more at www.angieklink.com.

Bibliography from Purdue University Press