Welcome to the schedule of the 2015 Massachusetts Poetry Festival, happening May 1-3 in the beautiful and historic town of Salem! 

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Amy Clark

Stow, Massachusetts
Amy M. Clark’s most recent collection is a chapbook, A Turn Around the Mansion Grounds: Poems in Conversation & a Conversation, co-authored with Molly Peacock (Slapering Hol Press, 2014). Her debut book, Stray Home (University of North Texas Press, 2010), won the Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry 2009, and was a 2011 Must-Read selection by the Massachusetts Center for the Book. Her poems have appeared on the Writer’s Almanac, in the anthology Good Poems, American Places (Viking 2011), and recently in Southern Humanities Review and Southern Poetry Review. She lives in Stow, Massachusetts, with the poet Jonathan Weinert and their son, Jonah.