Alex Clark-McGlenn

Alex Clark-McGlenn is a freelance writer by profession, a fiction writer by passion. He's currently an MFA student in creative writing at the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts. His fiction has appeared in eFiction Magazine, Inkwell at Evergreen, Slightly West, and Smokebox Literary Magazine. His story "The Lost Doll" appeared in the Best New Writing 2016 anthology as one of three stories that won the Editor’s Choice Award. His piece “The Story of Grandma Snow,” will be included in The Cost of Writing vol. 3, published by the 1888 Center. He currently lives in the Pacific Northwest and is hard at work on his first novel.
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