Corinne Leigh Clark is a writer of gothic stories which reflect the human condition in a historical context. In 2016, her short story, “A Ghost Story”, was published in O Horrid Night: Chilling Holiday Tales for the Dark-Hearted, an anthology of dark Christmas stories. In 2018, an excerpt from her novel-in-progress won the Penguin Random House Canada Student Award for Fiction. She is a graduate of the creative writing program at the School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto, and is a card-carrying member of The Ghost Club. She is disappointed that a mysterious light she photographed in Highgate Cemetery was a lens flare, and not a ghost.
Corinne is represented by Barbara Berson of the Helen Heller Agency.
CANSCAIP Writing for Children Contest short list 2015
CANSCAIP Writing for Children Contest finalist 2016
Winner of the 2018 Penguin Random House Canada Student Award for Fiction
Creative Writing certificate
University of Toronto
School of Continuing Education, 2018
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