Andrew K. Clark is a writer and electronic musician (as analog_wake) from Asheville, NC. His full-length collection of poetry, Jesus in the Trailer, was published by Main Street Rag Press and was short-listed for the Able Muse Book Award. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The American Poetry Review, UCLA’s Out of Anonymity, Appalachian Review, Rappahannock Review, fall/lines, The Wrath Bearing Tree and NO:1 journals. He is the recipient of the Georgia Southern University Roy F. Powell Award and holds an MFA from Converse College. Connect with him at andrewkclark.com.
Casey Clark is a writer and creative from Asheville, NC. Her first book, a novel of speculative Christian fiction, was published in 2013. She is looking for a home for her second novel, with a theme focused on animal cruelty. Casey is owner of Barrel Rider Productions, a video creation company that produces book trailers and other media.
Miho Kinnas is a Japanese poet/translator. Math Paper Press published her poetry collections, Today, Fish Only and Move Over, Bird. Her poem "End" was nominated for the 2019 Pushcart Prize and she is currently a finalist in the McCray Nickens Poetry Fellowship of South Carolina South Carolina Academy of Authors and South Carolina Writers Association. She leads haiku poetry workshops and has worked with hundreds of people between the ages of 4 and 90+.
Artist Statement: For Unfamiliar Body I collaborated with Japanese-born poet Miho Kinnas. She sent me a love poem and used a wistful, almost sensual voice in the reading of the poem, so I developed darker music, and more aggressive beat to contrast to her reading. The video is produced by my wife, Casey Clark, who owns a book trailer creation business.