Amy L Clark is the author of Palais Royale and Adulterous Generation.
They have had fiction and nonfiction published in literary journals, including The Baltimore Review, Litro, Fifth Wednesday Journal, Action Yes Quarterly, McSweeneys Internet Tendency, Hobart, Juked, and The American Book Review, and they are the 2012 winner of the Solstice Magazine Fiction Award. Their short work has been anthologized, including in the Norton Anthology New Micro, as well as in Best of the Web and Best of the Net. Their story "All Stop" was nominated for a 2013 Pushcart Prize. Their column, "Smart People on Bad Days," appeared every Monday in Boston's Weekly Dig newspaper from 2010-2011. Amy's collection Wanting is available as part of the book A Peculiar Feeling of Restlessness: Four Chapbooks of Short Short Fiction by Four Women. Their collection Adulterous Generation was published by Queen's Ferry Press, and their first novel, Palais Royale, is available here from Engine Books.
Amy has taught writing at Pine Manor College, Regis College, Northeastern University, and Bard College's Clemente Course. Currently, Amy teaches writing at Emerson College.