The Black Ship is the latest poetry collection from award-winning poet David Clink, a follow-up to his The Role of Lightning in EvolutionThe Black Ship continues Clink?s mastery of genre poetry, the
The Black Ship only knows one destination: the unknown.
The Black Ship is the latest poetry collection from award-winning poet David Clink, a follow-up to his The Role of Lightning in Evolution. The Black Ship continues Clink?s mastery of genre poetry, the speculative writing of spaceships and monsters, domed cities and dinosaurs, ghosts and dragons, that he is known for. These poems invite you to visit a reality that is as much a part of our own reality, yet set apart, something else, something different, something living within us, something hopeful and terrifying at the same time.
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David Clink is the poetry editor (along with his sister, Carolyn) of Amazing Stories Magazine. His poem, ?A sea monster tells his story,? won the 2013 Aurora Award for Best Poem/Song. His poetry has appeared in over 50 journals, including Analog five times and Asimov?s three times. He has two speculative poetry collections, Monster, (published by Tightrope Books, 2010), and The Role of Lightning in Evolution (ChiZine Publications, 2016). He is the author of six poetry chapbooks. His poetry has appeared in four Tesseracts anthologies, and in genre journals Star*Line, On Spec, Silver Blade, Strange Horizons, and Pulp Literature.