Jan Clausen is the author of a dozen books in a range of genres, including Veiled Spill: A Sequence, from GenPop Books (2014). Other recent poetry collections are From a Glass House and If You Like Difficulty. Prose titles include the story collection Mother, Sister, Daughter, Lover; the novels Sinking, Stealing and The Prosperine Papers; and the memoir Apples and Oranges: My Journey Through Sexual Identity.
Clausen’s poetry and creative prose are widely published in journals and anthologies; her book reviews and literary journalism have appeared in Boston Review, Ms., The Nation, Poets & Writers, and The Women’s Review of Books.
A resident of Brooklyn since the 1970s, she maintains close ties to the Pacific Northwest, where she was born and raised. The recipient of writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts, she taught for many years in the undergraduate creative writing program at Eugene Lang College, the New School. Currently she teaches in the Goddard College MFA in Writing Program and at New York University.
Veiled Spill: A Sequence
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Karen Malpede and GenPop Books author Jan Clausen (Veiled Spill: A Sequence, 2014) in conversation at the Kenyon Review. Read an excerpt here.
Tarpaulin Sky Magazine interviews GenPop Books author Jan Clausen (Veiled Spill, 2014), calls Veiled Spill "one of the more important books of poetry published in the last few months."
At American Poetry Review, Arielle Greenberg reviews Jan Clausen's *Veiled Spill: A Sequence* (GenPop Books 2014) beside Claudia Rankine's *Citizen*, among others.