A writer living in Fredericksburg, TX, I love to write poems like clear forest streams, the kind where you can see all the way to the mossy rocks on the bottom. I tell my stories in whispers and in guffaws. I write what I pray, what I photograph, and what I feel.
I write about simple things like laundry and yellow highlighters. I write about huge things like the trials of Job and the sins of Abraham. I write about ice cream and penguins and Halloween. I write about heaven and hell and the color of dirt.
My stories and poems have appeared in gift books and anthologies published by Tyndale House, Chronicle Books, Howard Books, Integrity Publishers, Blooming Tree Press, Sourcebooks, Adams Media, Center Street, New World Library, Dos Gatos Press, Western Book Press, Andrews McMeel and DaySpring Cards.
Also in literary journals, Relief: A Quarterly Christian Expression Journal, The Binnacle, Chrysalis Reader, Bacopa Literary Review, three issues of Texas Poetry Calendar, and Weavings.
Check back often because I always write something new.
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My latest good news:
Little Red Tree International Poetry Prize 2012 Anthology features Sally's poem, "Diamondback," as a Notable Entry on page 71.
Sometime in the future, slowly but surely, the earth changes.
Susan can feel something different in the air; her daughter hears music wherever she goes, and her husband is statled to see the wheat in the far field dancing when there is no wind.
What on earth is going on and how will it change them?
Dancing With Bear Publishing presents Upon a Midnight Clear, a wonderful collection of poems and a short story you won't want to miss this Christmas! Written by award-winning author Sally Clark, this is a book that will be read year after year.