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Philip F. Clark
Philip F. Clark is the author of the poetry collection The Carnival of Affection (Sibling Rivalry Press 2017). Since 2015 he has taught at City College, New York, where he received his MFA in Creative Writing in 2016. His poems and essays have been published in Tiferet Journal, Marsh Hawk Press, Queensbound Poets, (Re) An Ideas Journal, and Vox Populi, among other publications. He is a Poetry Editor of The Night Heron Barks, and A&U Magazine. He has been featured as a reader for the ‘Phosphorescence’ Poetry Reading Series, sponsored by the Emily Dickinson Museum.
This class will be taught online using Zoom. Login instructions will be emailed on the day before the workshop. Please check spam/promotions filters or email [email protected] with questions. Scholarship information for all winter/spring classes will be available in mid-November. Prose poems have often been seen in the past as the ‘orphans of verse’; striding two […]Find out more »