Kenneth Clark writes poetry and micro-fiction. He grew up outside of New Orleans, and has resided in southeast Asia, and most of the southeastern United States. His work has appeared in Greatest Uncommon Denominator, Fried Chicken and Coffee, Poor Mojo’s Almanac(k), Night Train, and elsewhere. He was a 2009 Pushcart Prize nominee, and is the author of The Collected Histories of Water. He currently lives fifteen miles from Florida and fifteen miles from Georgia.
Eggs of American Songbirds is a 34 page, 5.5 X 7.5 chapbook with hand-tinted vellum and marbled inserts as well as a hand-stitched spine and a custom attached fleur-de-lis bookmark. It is available in a first edition of 90, priced at $8, as well as in an edition of ten, signed and numbered by the author and priced at $20. Official release date: 12÷13÷10.
Out of print.