Guinevere Clark's first poetry collection, Fresh Fruit & Screams was published by Bluechrome Press (2006). More recently she's been featured in: Minerva Rising (2018) The A3 Review (2019), Black Bough Poetry (2019), The Atlanta Reveiw (2020), Magma Poetry (2020), Nawr Magazine (2020) and was a final 10 commended writer in Ambit's 2020 Poetry Competition.
2021 will see exciting new work in Culture Matters and Blackbox Manifold and Guinevere being third time nominated for The Pushcart Poetry Prize.
She studied Creative Writing, Physical Theatre & Live Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University, graduating with a First Class B.A.Degree in Creative Arts (2001). She has a M.A.Degree in Creative Writing (2011), University of Wales Trinity St David.
She's now completing a Creative Writing PhD at Swansea University, writing a new poetry book, Bone Maker, on narratives within motherhood, relationships and gender inequality, with site-specific focus to South West Wales.
Poetry Projects include:
Dad's Ammonite's (2021) Film Poem Creative Fusion Project with Stefanos Andreas.
Jaipur Festival (2020) reading at the British Library event via Swansea University's Cultural Institute.
Dear Christine (2019) touring feminist gallery exhibition, writing on the life and themse around 1960's icon, Christine Keeler, reading at London's ARTHOUSE1 and Swansea's Elysium gallery.
Poetry Wales - Spells & Sanctums Poetry Reading (2019).
Fusion Project (2019) Poetry Workshops through Swansea County Council.
Swansea Coast: My One and All project (2016), working alongside Owen Sheers, tutoring, writing and performing.
Give me Wings & The Friday Project (2012 - 2014), delivering creative writing workshops with dance and music, through the Arts Care Charity.
Guinevere is currently submittting chapbook and full poetry collections to publishers. If you are interested in publishing her poetry, readings, collaborations or reading more poetry samples, please contact Guinevere
Guinevere's other passion is belly dance, practicing and teaching for over 20 years. In 2011, she launched The Belly Dancer's Treasure Pack, an illustrated guidance book and empowering card set which she wrote, co-produced and self published, with marketing support from The Bellydance Superstars. Her writing and work on belly dance has been included in Dancing in the UK, Nafoura and Take it Easy magazines, BBC Radio Wales, Radio Pembrokeshire and Radio Ceredigion. You can find out more on her dance work here www.baubo.co.uk