Clare L Martin

 

Clare L. Martin is a poet/mother/wife, a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and lifelong Louisiana resident.  Her debut poetry collection, Eating the Heart First, will be published by Press 53 Fall 2012 as a Tom Lombardo Poetry Selection. Her poetry has appeared in Avatar Review, Poets and Artists, Blue Fifth Review, and A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, among others.  Her poems have been nominated for Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web (2011) for Best New Poets and Sundress Publication’s Best of the Net. She is a graduate of  University of Louisiana at Lafayette and lifelong Louisiana resident. Clare has written for theatre in collaboration with the company Acting Up (in Acadiana.)  She also serves as a Teaching Artist through the Acadiana Center for the Arts, was founder of the “Voices of-” reading series in Lafayette, LA and is a member of the Festival of Words Cultural Arts Collective, Inc. She blogs at Orphans of Dark and Rain

Clare’s work for Referential

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