Lucinda J. Clark

Spoken Word Artist

P.O. Box 211701
Martinez, GA 30917

Author's Bio


Lucinda J. Clark is the founder of the Poetry Matters Project. She has worked with visual artists and authors on the protection, promotion and marketing of their creative works for over 25 years. She is a contributing poet of the View from The Middle of The Road Series of which there are now five editions.  She has also worked with poets ranging from middle schoolers to seniors on a series of anthologies, from these efforts she has published four anthologies with another set for end of this year.

Clark is a  board member of the Augusta Authors Club,  American Academy of Poets, and the Georgia Poetry Society,

Through her work in publishing , P.R.A. Publishing, she is a member of  Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Poet's House and the Woman’s National Book Association (WNBA-D.C. Chapter). 

She has been a judge for Ben Franklin Awards, South Carolina Arts Commission, Fellowship selection panelist, 2020, Poetry Matters Lit Prize and Laws of Life Essay Contest.

She resides in Martinez, Georgia


Literary agent: 
Phoenix Rising Art Ent.

Publications & Prizes

New Orleans Poetry Festival (2021)
Better Together (2020)
Poetry Month Challenge 2020 (2020)
Reading For International's Poets Reading Twaiwan (2020)
Wake Up America (2020)
Wanda Picks Radio (2020)
Reading for Poetry Month (2019)
Accentuated Reading Project (2018)

Personal Favorites

Favorite authors: 
Tayari Jones, Nikki Giovanni, Lucille Clifton, Claudia Rankine and Natasha Trethwey Sheema Kalbasi Geza Tatrallyay, Jonathan Mayberry Mitch Albom, Colson Whitehead
What I'm reading now: 
Life Ever After by Carla Grauls, Caste by Isabel Wilkerson, Boston My Blissful Winter by Alain Briottet, Memorial Drive by Natasha Trethewey

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Identifies as: 
African American
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Raised in: 
Philadelphia, PA
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Last update: May 22, 2021