Translation and Creation in the Film: Truffauft’s “The Wild Child”

Widow Under a New Moon

Kevin Clark’s several books of poems include the forthcoming The Consecrations (Stephen F. Austin State University Press, 2021). His first collection, In the Evening of No Warning (New Issues Poetry and Prose, 2002), earned a grant from the Academy of American Poets, and his second, Self-Portrait with Expletives (2010), won the Pleiades Press prize. His poetry appears in the Southern Review, Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, Iowa Review, Poetry Northwest, Gulf Coast, and Crazyhorse. A regular critic for The Georgia Review, he’s also published essays in the Southern Review, Papers on Language and Literature, and Contemporary Literary Criticism. He teaches at the Rainier Writing Workshop. 

Landscape of Domestic Life

The Idiocy of Rural Life

“Chew Mail Pouch”

Midwestern Writers and the Myth of the Search

Gravity

Earthsleep

Lying Out in the Rain