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

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

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Last updated: Oct 08, 2016