R.M. Clarke is an Irish writer and voiceover artist. When she’s not in the studio recording, she’s writing. She wrote flash fiction for Dublin2020 and The Open Pen Anthology, and her tiny play, The Ice-Cream Robbery of Sherkin Island, was published and produced by Open Pen Literature Magazine. An excerpt from her first novel, The Glass Door, won the Discovery Event at the Dalkey Book Festival & was a winner in The Irish Writers Centre Greenbean Novel Fair 2016. She lives in Dublin where she is a crisis counsellor for the Rape Crisis Centre.
She is dark against the square of light. The back of her, curved now, looks mutely upon the green space caught tight within that square. I know how it stretches, how it rolls out to the foot of the mountain and gathers up there, but this sharp triangle of grass, this geometry, fed in through […]