jeremy michael clark is the author of some blues i know by name,
a limited-edition chapbook published by alla testa press in 2017.
his poems have appeared in callaloo, the offing, vinyl, scalawag,
horsethief, and elsewhere. a former editorial assistant for callaloo:
a journal of african diaspora arts & letters, jeremy received an mfa in
creative writing from rutgers university-newark, a b.s. in pan-african
studies from the university of louisville, and will soon be pursuing
a master’s degree in social work.
as a child, jeremy spent an equal amount of time writing and drawing,
eventually gravitating towards writing as a young adult. in the summer
of 2018, eager to reconnect with his prior interest in visual arts, he
began carrying a 35mm camera everywhere he went, committing to
the development of his photographic practice alongside his poetic.
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