Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Jeremy Michael Clark's poems have appeared in Callaloo, The Offing, Vinyl, Scalawag, Horsethief, and elsewhere. In 2016, his poem "Morning Ritual" was published as a single-poem pamphlet by Monster House Press. A Cave Canem Fellow, Jeremy also attended the Callaloo Creative Writing Workshop in 2014, and has received scholarships and fellowships from Squaw Valley, The Fine Arts Work Center, and The Conversation Literary Festival. Currently, he lives in New York, where he is an MFA candidate and undergraduate English instructor at Rutgers University-Newark.
"A Waterfall Could Never Be Still," The Iowa Review
"Dear Darkness," Foundry
"Ohio River & Border State of Denial," Scalawag
Featured Poet (three poems), Vinyl
"Words of Warning" + "Whatever Vehicle[...]," The Offing
"Going Home," Nashville Review
"After My Mother Calls," The Rumpus
"Morning Ritual," Monster House Press (limited to 100)
"I Learned My Name Was Not My Name," Callaloo
"Louisville Legend" + "Repotting," Big Bell
"A Boy Prepares Himself for Therapy," Day One (Kindle)
"Those That Flew," Forklift, Ohio
"(i am) my father's son," Callaloo
"What's Left," Pluck!
"Kiki Petrosino," The Conversant