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Patricia Clark

Patricia Clark

Author's Bio

Patricia Clark is a native of the Pacific Northwest. She has published three books of poetry, a chapbook, and co-edited an anthology of women writers. She has received 2nd prize in the 2005 Nimrod Pablo Neruda competition, the poetry prize from Mississippi Review, and a creative artist grant from ArtServe Michigan.

Publications and Prizes

Sunday Rising (Michigan State University Press, 2013), She Walks Into the Sea (Michigan State University Press, 2009), My Father on a Bicycle (Michigan State University Press, 2005), North of Wondering (Women-In-Literature, 1999)
Worlds in Our Words (Blair Press/Prentice-Hall, 1997)
Arts & Letters, Atlantic Monthly, Cortland Review, Cutbank, Mississippi Review, Nebraska Review, New Criterion, New England Review, Nimrod, North American Review, Poetry, Seattle Review, Slate, Smartish Pace, Stand Magazine
Mississippi Review Prize in Poetry; Gwendolyn Brooks Prize in Poetry; co-winnter of Lucille Medwick Prize (Poetry Society of America).

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now:
Life on Mars by Tracy K. Smith, Post Subject: A Fable by Oliver de la Paz, Garden Time by W.S. Merwin, Prodigal: New & Selected Poems by Linda Gregerson
Favorite Books:
Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse, & Mrs. Dalloway
Favorite Authors:
Pablo Neruda, Richard Hugo, Theodore Roethke, Ellen Bryant Voigt, Tony Hoagland, Henri Cole, Michelle Boiseeau, Stanley Plumly, and many others.

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Listing last updated: October 8, 2016

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Tacoma, WA

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