Volume 6.1 Contributors

Meet Clay Everest! Clay’s poem, “Fog,” will be featured in our upcoming issue 6.1.

How Clay describes this poem in 12 words or less:
“Fog” is about adults playing pretend and reflecting on childhood disaster games. 

Clay Everest is a poet from Halifax who now lives in St. John’s. His work has previously appeared in untethered, (parenthetical), and Riddle Fence. His manuscript, No Subject for the Inexperienced, was awarded the 2020 Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union Fresh Fish Award. Clay Everest likes boats.

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