S.K. Clarke is a writer, adjunct professor, and theatre director. Clarke has earned an MA in Text and Performance from London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and a BFA in Acting at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts.
Clarke is a writer of poetry, plays, and short stories focusing on the disintegration of small-town America, social and political injustices of minorities, coming-of-age and end-of-life narratives, and stories featuring complicated and strong female characters.
Clarke gains inspiration from Sherwood Anderson, William Faulkner, Jennifer Egan, Colum McCann, Ernest Hemingway, Oscar Wilde, and William Shakespeare.
[The] writing has acquired strength and an individual voice I had not heard of before. […] Always committed, exploring, seeking for meaning and expression.” – Andrew Visnevski, Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts