For many of us, the process of re-integrating into a social scene which feels raw and more unsteady than before the pandemic is a bumpy road: joyful and yet in places precarious, triggering nascent anxieties and more overt ones even as we commune with loved ones. Although I am accustomed...
JoinedOctober 15, 2021
Jessica Clark is a London-based writer, poet and educator currently studying a PGCert in Teaching Creative Writing at the University of Cambridge. She has worked in education, hospitality and tourism in the UK, Spain and Peru and studied English and Spanish at Durham University. Her creative projects, often with a mental health focus, have included a poetry anthology in aid of Mind UK and radio show airing during the first 2020 lockdown. Jessica is developing poetry workshops to be delivered in community settings around London. She loves coffee, warm climates, baggy jumpers and meeting new people.