Dani Clark, MFA Fiction '11

Hopalong Animal Rescue/ Volunteer Manager

Dani Clark's short fiction piece Flying Prehistoria is featured in Literally Stories! Flying Prehistoria is a companion piece to Dani's short story Plague Monsters, which was featured in Australia’s Slink Chunk Press last year.

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Dani Clark earned her MFA from St. Mary's College of CA in 2011. Her recent publications include Slink Chunk Press, Crack the Spine Literary Journal, and Pure Coincidence Magazine. "Midday Lunch" is an excerpt from her novel-in-progress. Dani knows through personal experiences how gender inequality can perpetuate violent situations. She strives to create strong and resilient female characters who overcome violence against women and take actions to combat it. When Dani isn't drafting or revising fiction she writes news pieces for The Western Edition and manages volunteers for Hopalong Animal Rescue, in Oakland. 

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