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Kim Clark

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Contact Kim: klingoclark at gmail.com

Kim Clark is a Canadian author, poet and playwright. Clark has published short fiction—Attemptations (Caitlin Press)—and poetry—Middle Child of Summer (Leaf Press), Sit You Waiting (Caitlin Press), and Disease and Desire, The Manuscript (Lipstick Press)—and co-edited an anthology, Canadian Ginger (Oolichan Books). She’s also been a finalist in Theatre BC’s Playwrights Competition and has a novella under option for a feature-length film. Clark’s novel—Six Degrees: A One-Handed Novel (Caitlin Press)—hits bookshelves in December. She lives on Vancouver Island.

You can find Kim at her websiteFacebookLinkedIn, and Twitter @kimclarkwriter

Kim is available as a source

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference

Languages: English (Fluent)

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