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Brock Clarke

Brock Clarke is an award-winning novelist and writing professor. His seven books of fiction have earned him many awards and accolades. His 2010 novel, Exley, was named a Kirkus Best Book of the Year and was a finalist for a number of awards. An Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England (2007) was an ALA notable book, while his short story collection, Carrying the Torch, won the Prairie Schooner Prize. His short story “Our Pointy Boots” was the winner of a Pushcart Prize. His short stories have been published widely, and collectively his work has also earned him a Mary McCarthy Prize for Fiction, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and an Ohio Council for the Arts Fellowship, among others. Clarke is a professor and chair of the English Department at Bowdoin College. He also teaches at The University of Tampa in their low-residency MFA program. His latest work is the short story collection, The Price of the Haircut.  

Profile in Maine Today

Q&A with GQ

Buy The Price of the Haircut

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Saturday, October 13
 

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