Meriwether Clarke is a poet, essayist, and educator from California. She holds degrees in Poetry from Northwestern University and UC Irvine’s Programs in Writing where she served as co-editor-in-chief and Poetry Editor of Faultline Journal of Arts and Letters. Recent work can be seen in Prairie Schooner, Tin House, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Best New Poets, The Journal, Gigantic, Sequins, The Superstition Review, Salt Hill, Memorious, and Prelude, among others. She has been a scholarship resident at the Vermont Studio Center and the Community of Writers and a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her chapbook, twenty-first century woman, was recently released from Dancing Girl Press.
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