Anna Clark is an independent journalist living in Detroit. She writes reported news features, longform nonfiction, and book reviews, and she has an omnivorous range: she covers literature (especially international literature), culture, health, prisons, sports, and media. Her writing is a "notable" pick in Best American Sports Writing 2012. Her writing has appeared in The New Republic, The Guardian, The American Prospect, Salon, The Nation, Grantland, The Christian Science Monitor, The Boston Review, and other publications. She is a political media correspondent for the Columbia Journalism Review as part of its United States Project, and she is a contributing nonfiction editor at Guernica Magazine. She's also a contributing editor at Waxwing Literary Journal.
Anna is a former Fulbright Fellow in Kenya, where she focused on creative writing, and she has been a fellow with the Peter Jennings Center for Journalists and the Constitution. In 2012, she founded Literary Detroit. Anna is also a writer-in-residence in Detroit high schools through the InsideOut Literary Arts Project, and on Thursday evenings, she facilitates a theater workshop at a men's prison in Macomb County, Michigan. She graduated from the University of Michigan's Residential College with highest honors, and from Warren Wilson College's MFA Program for Writers, where she practiced (and practiced...) fiction. Anna is editing Rust Belt Chic: The Detroit Anthology, which will be published in 2014.
If you are interested in submitting a book for review, if you would like to connect about speaking or facilitation opportunities, or if you simply want to say hello, please email Anna at annaleighclarkDOTgmailDOTcom