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About the author:
Stephen R. Clark (aka Stephen) is a member of the Evangelical Press Association, the National Association of Evangelicals, and the principal of CleverSmith(tm) Writing (www.CleverSmith.com) in Oreland, Pennsylvania. He is also the writer of the award-winning blog, FaithBraised(tm) (www.FaithBraised.com). He has been writing for more than forty years.
He has authored short stories, poetry, online content, ad copy, scripts, speeches, direct mail, feature articles, and so much more. He has also ghostwritten several Christian books including Preparing for Battle by Mark Bubeck (Moody Press). He has contributed chapters to compilations, devotionals, and other books including the NIV Men's Devotional Bible (Zondervan) and Inside Mysteries of the Bible (Time & American Bible Society).
He released his first full-length novel, an award-winning thriller, The Hungering Dark: Awakening (WestBow Press) in the summer of 2016.
Stephen is joyfully married to BethAnn Clark, and they are members of Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania.
He also walked on fire. Once.
You can visit his personal web site at www.StephenRClark.com where you can learn more about him and his other books.
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Stephen R. Clark
Robert S. "Steve" Dicken
77 new poems from award-winning writer, Stephen R Clark, imbued with wit, whimsy, and wisdom, showcasing the imaginative playfulness of Clark, a student of the everyday and, most importantly, of his Creator.
From the Foreword by Robert S. "Steve" Dicken
In "Home Noise - New Poems," readers can savor Stephen's sensory impressions of his (our) world. [T]hese poems are glimpses into our contemporary society. There are deep, provocative views of spirituality interspersed with light, whimsical views of Stephen's - and our own - everyday world. Readers will delight in Stephen's use of sounds and senses as well as an array of poetic devices that reveal Stephen paid attention in our English class years ago. But most of all, readers will have the opportunity to bring their own life experiences to his works and depart those printed pages with some universal truths. Stephen declares, "When I write poetry my intention is to make it accessible and inspiring. To write what connects with the heart and lifts up the imagination. That, in some way, always points to the Creator behind creation." Again, he paid attention in class - "A poem should not mean, but be."
- Publication Date:
- 1539789616 / 9781539789611
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Poetry / General