Current Things (April 26th, 2019)

My first full length book, Your Strange Fortune, is due out in July–but you can pre-order it at a great discount(31% off for April) (and with free shipping through the end of May) through the end of April at Vegetarian Alcoholic’s website! http://www.vegetarianalcoholicpress.com/titles/chloe-n-clark-your-strange-fortune

I am also delighted to announce that I will be presenting at WriteFest in Houston at the end of May! This is a great event and if you’re in the area, you should check it out!

You can read my poem at Uncanny Magazine here  and my poem at Maudlin House here!

Coming up soon, I also have a reading with 3 other wonderful poets in St. Paul, so if you’re in the area please stop by! https://www.facebook.com/events/370891713518694/

 

Finally, I have pieces forthcoming in Little Fiction, Soft Cartel, Kissing Dynamite, Jellyfish Review, and more. You can watch the trailer for my story at Little Fiction here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nm9XUA0Z8WI&feature=youtu.be

Current Things (March 9th, 2019)

I’ve had some pieces I’m very proud of up at some different lovely places:

This poem, about the videogame Fortnite, was published in the first issue of the amazing new journal Alegrarse.

This poem is over at my beloved Glass Poetry.

I have a flash fiction piece at awesome new journal Milk Candy Review (edited by the beyond fabulous Cathy Ulrich).

I wrote about my writing desk over at Split Lip Magazine.

I have a new poem in the latest issue of the wonderful Uncanny Magazine.

You can hear me read a poem from my forthcoming full length collection here and you can pre-order the book here!

I will also be involved in two readings at AWP!  I will be reading Friday with Menacing Hedge and on Saturday with Vegetarian Alcoholic Press!

Your Strange Fortune: Pre-Orders Now Available

I’m so excited to announce that my full length collection, Your Strange Fortune, is now available from Vegetarian Alcoholic Press (coming out in July). If you pre-order before May 31st, you receive free shipping and my heartfelt thank you. Pre-orders are an extremely important aspect of publishing and one of the most helpful things you can do for an author.

You can pre-order (or find out more about the book) here: http://www.vegetarianalcoholicpress.com/titles/chloe-n-clark-your-strange-fortune

Current Things (January 16th, 2019)

The new year is off to a lovely start! First off, the most exciting news: my debut full length collection of poetry, Your Strange Fortune, which is filled with little hopeful apocalypses will be published by Vegetarian Alcoholic Press this summer! Stay tuned for more info and book trailers (because I can’t help myself).

I also had some lovely publications that I’m quite proud of:

I also had this poem at the wonderful SWWIM.

 

My first ever flash fiction workshop, Strange Quickness, begins soon! If it goes well, I’ll be offering more in the future.

And I have some upcoming pieces in Milk Candy Review, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, Uncanny, Glass, Modern Language Studies, and Alegrarse!

Awards Eligibility Post

I published some things this year that are Awards Eligible. Links are up for the ones published online!

Waves Like Constellations (Longleaf Review)     

–Lakes, memories, creepy stuff

Leopard Seals (Supernatural Tales)

–apartments, contractual law, a monster, loving descriptions of pie

Like the Absence (Supernatural Tales)

–time travel, ghosts, childhood friendships

Balancing Beams (Little Fiction)

–SPACE, FRIENDSHIP, CREEPY STUFF, EVERYTHING I LOVE

Out in the Night, I Found Myself Falling (Third Point Press)

–See above description

These Arms of Yours (Lost Balloon)

–Trees, creepy houses, mannequins

Spoken Like Tongues (Moon Park Review)

–tongues, language, sadness  (the Chloe N Clark special)

The Intimacy of Objects (Jellyfish Review)

–astronauts, SEX! :O, sadness

The Width of Your Body Apart (Noble/Gas Quarterly)

–Yoga (but not rage yoga), strangeness under the skin

This is the Color of Your Eyes in the Dark (Noble/Gas Quarterly)

–forests, friendship, near misses

Someone Else’s Sleeper (Drunken Monkeys)

–dreams and those who eat them

Over and Somewhere (Pithead Chapel)

–pie! Mystery! LOVE!

Where God Suddenly (Bird’s Thumb)

–angels, cranberry juice, more sadness

 

And here are some that are non-speculative

Dropping Dimes (Bull)

–basketball, road trips, siblings, a Sheed reference

Just Scent Itself (JMWW)

–gel pens, relationships, that feeling you get from running too fast when youre nervous

On the Point Between You and Infinity (Okay Donkey)

–lakes, dancing, comfort

Current Things (November 17th, 2018)

So what’s been happening in the world of my writing?

I’ve had pieces recently in the following awesome places:

2 poems over at New Southern Fugitives, 1 in Likely Red, and 1 in Bone & Ink Press.  Banshee Lit is also putting some pieces, that were previously only in print, up on their website and you can read one of mine here.

I had a flash fiction piece in Pithead Chapel and a new short story in the print edition of Supernatural Tales!

My flash fiction piece, The Intimacy of Objects, was nominated by Jellyfish Review for Best Small Fictions!

I also found out my poetry manuscript was a semi-finalist in UW Press’ Brittingham/Pollak Award Contest!

And I also have an interview with the lovely Nadia at her site.

And you can be on the lookout, if you so desire, for forthcoming pieces in Bridge Eight, Modern Language Studies, Anomaly, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, The Wild Hunt, Dirty Paws Poetry, Uncanny, and Glass!

Also in the next week or so, I’ll be doing a round-up of my awards eligible stories!

Current Things (September 19th, 2018)

Some new things of EXCITEMENT

Today, I was delighted to have this piece (from my novel-in-stories) published over at the amazing Jellyfish Review.

My story “Where God Suddenly” was the second place winner in Bird Thumb’s Summer Fiction Contest.

I also had two flash pieces published in Okay Donkey and JMWW!

Finally, my story published last year in Gamut was listed as an Honorable Mention in The Year’s Best Horror (edited by Ellen Datlow. YES ELLEN DATLOW).

And I have pieces forthcoming from Modern Language Studies, Anomaly, Bridge Eight, Bone/Ink, and more.