Jim Clark 

Jim Clark was born in Byrdstown, Tennessee, and educated at Vanderbilt University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and the University of Denver. He has published Notions: A Jim Clark Miscellany, two books of poems, Dancing on Canaans Ruins and Handiwork, and he edited Fable in the Blood: The Selected Poems of Byron Herbert Reece. He has been a scholar at the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and his work has appeared in The Georgia Review, Prairie Schooner, Greensboro Review, Mississippi Quarterly, Southern Poetry Review, Appalachian Heritage, and Now and Then. He has also released three CDs: Buried Land, a CD of original poems and Appalachian folk music, and Wilson and Words to Burn with his folk-rock band The Near Myths. He lives in Wilson, North Carolina, where he is the Elizabeth H. Jordan Professor of Southern Literature and Writer in Residence at Barton College, and an editor of Crucible.
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