Jennifer Clark is the author of three full-length poetry collections: A Beginner’s Guide to Heaven (Unsolicited Press), Necessary Clearings, and Johnny Appleseed: The Slice & Times of John Chapman (both published by Shabda Press). She is also the author of the children’s book What Do You See In Room 21 C? and the co-editor of the anthology, Immigration & Justice For Our Neighbors (both Celery City Books). Her newest collection Kissing the World Goodbye (slated for a March 2022 release by Unsolicited Press) ventures into the world of memoir, braiding family tales with recipes.
Her poems, essays, and fiction have appeared in Midwest Quarterly Review, Fiction Fix, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Columbia Journal, Concho River Review, Nimrod, Ecotone, and Flyway, among others.
Most every day, Jennifer practices writing without a net.
And when she’s not writing, you can find her blogging at Ask Me About My 12,000 Kids for Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo.