Walsh ’10 and Clark to Present Work at Hartwick College’s Visiting Writers Series

This spring, poet Brendan Walsh ’10 and novelist C. L. Clark will participate Hartwick College 2020–21 Visiting Writers Series. The readings will be held via Zoom, and are free and open to the public.

Walsh will read from his work on Wednesday, March 24 at 7 p.m.

He graduated from Hartwick College in 2010 with a degree in English-Creative Writing and has lived and taught in South Korea, Laos, and South Florida. Walsh’s work has recently appeared in American Literary Review, Glass Poetry, Indianapolis Review, minnesota review, Rattle, and other journals. He is the author of five books and chapbooks of poetry, including Go (Aldrich, 2016), Buddha vs. Bonobo (Sutra, 2017), and fort lauderdale (Grey Book, 2019). His next collection, concussion fragment, is forthcoming from NightBallet Press.

More on Walsh’s work can be found at his website.

Clark will read from her recently released debut novel, The Unbroken (Orbit, 2021), on Wednesday, April 28 at 7 p.m. The Unbroken is the first book in the Magic of the Lost trilogy.

Clark graduated from Indiana University’s creative writing MFA and was a 2012 Lambda Literary Fellow. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in FIYAH, PodCastle, Uncanny, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies. She has also been a personal trainer, an English teacher, an editor, and has traveled the world. When not writing or working, Clark studies languages and reads about war and (post-)colonial history.

For more on Clark’s work, visit her blog.

The readings are presented by the Department of English and the Visiting Writers Series at Hartwick College. For more on the Series, visit https://www.hartwick.edu/visitingwriters.

For the Zoom link to attend the events, or for additional information, contact Assistant Professor of English Bradley J. Fest at festb@hartwick.edu or 607-431-4921.

Hartwick College is a private liberal arts and sciences college of 1,200 students, located in Oneonta, NY, in the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Hartwick’s expansive curriculum emphasizes an experiential approach to the liberal arts. Through personalized teaching, collaborative research, a distinctive January Term, a wide range of internships, and vast study-abroad opportunities, Hartwick ensures that students are prepared for not just their first jobs, but for the world ahead. A Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree Program and strong financial aid and scholarship offerings keep a Hartwick education affordable.

Contact:     David Lubell
E-mail:        lubelld@hartwick.edu
Phone:        607-431-4031

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