Our surroundings and methods shape our work. In this series, we explore our contributors’ desks, and how what’s in them reveals things about both art and the artist. In this installment, we hear from Samuel Clark, author of “Bait Shop on the Bridge” from Volume 73, Number 1.
Samuel Clark holds an MFA in fiction from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and is a 2021 participant in the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop for Spiritual Writing. His work appears in literary magazines such as BOOTH, Blood Orange Review, Gris-Gris Literary Journal, the Conium Review, Artemis Journal, and the anthology Transmasculine Poetics: Filling the Gaps in Literature & the Silences Around Us. He lives in Colorado with his adopted cat, Emily D.