Geoffrey Clark

When he's not writing about misplaced Michiganders in Rhode Island, Geoffrey Clark's fiction mostly takes place in rural northern lower Michigan. Clark's narratives tend to contain rites of passage--dark comedies that often end with disturbing results and moral ambiguities. Clark's protagonists mount a struggle against brutality and ignorance as they seek to discover heir own moral paths. Clark's eight full-length works include "Schooling the Spirit," "Jackdog Summer," "Wedding in October,"...See more