About

First: Cherae is pronounced shuh-RAY/sher-AY. You can also call me C.L. Pronouns they/them and she/her are both appropriate.

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C.L. Clark is an editor and the author of The Unbroken, the first of the Magic of the Lost trilogy. When she’s not imagining the fall of empires, she’s trying not to throw her kettlebells through the walls.

Short Bio

C.L. Clark is a BFA award-winning editor and Ignyte award winning-writer, and the author of The Unbroken, the first book in the Magic of the Lost trilogy. She graduated from Indiana University’s creative writing MFA and was a 2012 Lambda Literary Fellow. She’s been a personal trainer, an English teacher, and an editor, and is some combination thereof as she travels the world. When she’s not writing or working, she’s learning languages, doing P90something, or reading about war and [post-]colonial history. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in FIYAHPodCastleUncanny, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies.

Twitter: @C_L_Clark

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Have you done any research on the anti colonial revolution of Haiti? A lot of women of color hero’s/characters. The backlash and current impoverished state of the country since the revolution and the reasons behind that. Let me know if you decide to write or simply research in this. I’m in Boston by the way.

    1. I have, actually. It inspired a lot of my current novel and ideas for some new/later ones. I really liked a podcast series on it. The podcast is called Revolutions; it’s really cool. I’ve also done a lot of research on the island before full-on colonization for a pirate story, about the maybe-real Haitian-French pirate captain Jacquotte Delahaye. The Black Count, about Alexandre Dumas’s father, hits on the island’s history, too. Whenever I do end up publishing anything on it, it’ll go on the site, for sure.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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