Author Interview- Clarissa O. Clemens

The Machinery - A literary collection.

Clarissa O. Clemens is the author of 2 series of passionate poetry: the kinky yet classy erotic poetry  of   The Poetic Art of Seduction ; and a series of heart hopeful poetry written to heal and give hope to broken hearts everywhere (starting off with her own), The Poetic Diary of Love and Change .

Born in Burbank, California Ms. Clemens spent her childhood through early adulthood in the San Fernando Valley. She has been writing all of her life in one form or another. As a young girl, she wrote for her elementary school student paper, excelled in all her creative writing classes, and in her spare time she would express herself through short stories and poems that she would share with her friends and family.

Here is our poetry editor Ankur Chhabra in conversation with her.

Clarrissa. O. ClemensQ. What intrigued you to take this road of…

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