Jeremy Michael Clark



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, & received an MFA from Rutgers University-Newark. He currently lives in College Station, Texas, where he is an editorial assistant for Callaloo.





"A Waterfall Could Never Be Still," The Iowa Review

"Dear Darkness," Foundry

"Ohio River & Border State of Denial," Scalawag

"Dead Inside" + "A Partial List of Effects," Prelude

Featured Poet (three poems), Vinyl

"Words of Warning" + "Whatever Vehicle[...]," The Offing

"Why I Keep Writing About Birds" + "Now You See It", Horsethief

"Going Home," Nashville Review

"After My Mother Calls," The Rumpus



"Re-Run" + "Dying is a Song the Body Learns," Washington Square Review

"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