Cole Farrell is a writer living in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Continually fascinated with community and identity, Cole's personal work has appeared in Oxford Magazine, IndySpectator, Pattern magazine, and Punchnel's. His professional writing client roster includes Groupon, Kenra Professional, ExactTarget, Planned Parenthood, Carson Design Associates, RJE Knoll, Lutheran Health Network, and Conner Prairie.
 
Cole is a graduate of the creative writing program at Ball State University, where his master's thesis was a recipient of the Practical Criticism Midwest conference best paper award. 
 
As a child, Cole would gather his neighborhood peers and pretend that they were his students. Though he no longer engages in playground lectures, he strives every day to expand his classroom to cover an entire world.

 

Essays:

"Fumbling." Medium. May 2014.

"Carlessness" Medium. August 2013.

"Baring My Teeth." IndySpectator. May 2013.

"First Anniversary." Punchnel's. March 2013.

"Telling the Same Stories." IndySpectator. February 2013.

"A City Triptych." IndySpectator. 2012.
A. Slow Down, then Keep Moving
B. Pool Party
C. Triptych

"The Moon." Oxford Magazine. Winter 2011. 

 

Speaking:

 "We Will All Be Changed." TEDxIUPUI. March 2013.

 

Elsewhere:

You can also find Cole on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.