Clark Coolidge About
American Language School poet known for Polaroid, Quartz Hearts, A Geology, and other poetry collections. His later works include Alien Tatters, This Time We are Both, and The Act of Providence.
Life Before Becoming Famous
He studied at Brown University before relocating to New York City in the early 1960s.
He worked as a drummer for jazz ensembles.
He was married to Toni Carbo from 1962-66. After his divorce, he married Susan Hopkins, with whom he had a daughter named Cecilia.
He was inspired by Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac.