by George J. Dance
Alison Clark (born 1945) is an Australian poet.
Clark grew up in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. During the 1970s she studied, and then taught, Italian at the University of Sydney. She has worked as an editor and as a Jungian therapist.
The Australian Poetry Library tells us that: "Her poetry has been praised for its wit and its insights into human experience."
- Ananke. Melbourne: Scripsi, 1987.
- About Desire. Strawberry Hills, NSW: New Endeavour Press, 1993.
- About Desire, and other poems. Port Melbourne, Vic: Heinemann, 1996.
Except where noted, bibliographical information courtesy the Australian Poetry Library.
- Alison Clark at AustLit
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