I’m a poet, writer, and occasional journalist, originally from Glasgow but now living in the Scottish Borders.
I write both poetry and prose, in English and Scots. In September 2015, my first poetry book, Intae the Snaw, was released by Gatehouse Press.
My scribblings have been published all over the shop, from The Scotsman and The Sunday Mail to VICE.com and Bella Caledonia. I’ve performed my work at various venues and festivals across Scotland (and further afield), and also on ITV, the BBC, and Sky Sports (of all places).
I’m also poet in residence at the mighty Selkirk F.C, co-editor of the Scots segment of Bella Caledonia, and co-curator of the spoken word stage at the Stowed Out Festival.
You can email me at tommy.clark[at]btinternet.com