Stephan Eirik Clark
Stephan Eirik Clark (STEFF-in A-rik Clark) is the author of Sweetness #9 (Little, Brown & Company), and the short story collection Vladimir's Mustache, a finalist for the 2013 Minnesota Book Award.
Born in West Germany to a Norwegian mother and a Texan father, Clark split much of his childhood between England and the United States, and has lived in five states and five countries, including Ukraine, where he served a Fulbright Fellowship, and Russia, the subject of much of his short fiction.
Clark has taught writing at UC Davis, USC, Reed College, and Kharkov National University, the second-oldest university in Ukraine. He holds an M.A. in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing from the University of California, Davis and a Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Southern California. A former print and radio journalist and one-time member of USC Film School's filmic writing division, he currently lives in St. Paul, Minnesota and teaches in the MFA program at Augsburg College.
- A Novel
- By: Stephan Eirik Clark
- Narrated by: James Langton
- Length: 11 hrs and 29 mins
Wickedly funny and wildly imaginative, Sweetness #9 questions whether what we eat truly makes us who we are....
This diet novel will leave you feeling empty
- By Jonathan Sauder on 02-11-15
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