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Born in Toronto and raised in Miami, Florida, Lesbian writer, Cheril N. Clarke--- is the author of five novels, several e-books and three plays. She has been featured in Curve Magazine, the nation's best selling lesbian magazine, About.com, The Princeton Packet, Philadelphia Gay News, Out IN Jersey, Burlington County Times, Clik Magazine, EURweb.com, Phillyburbs.com, 247gay.com, Femmenoinre.net, Sistah2Sistah Magazine, and Crain's New York Business newspaper. She is one of the most popular writers of fiction that features, but is not limited to, African-American lesbian characters. Clarke is read by women, men, gays, lesbians, bisexuals and heterosexuals in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and the United Kingdom because her work delves into the most universal themes of love, life and friendship. Her novels have explored subjects such as foster care, obsessive love, suicide, politics, infidelity, marriage and erotica. Her upcoming works promise to explore deeper themes such as death, same-sex domestic violence, white-collar crime, divorce, drug use and adoption across varied mediums.
Clarke produced a theatrical adaptation of her third novel, Intimate Chaos, in 2007 in Bordentown, NJ. Since then, she successfully produced the show in Plainfield, NJ and twice in Philadelphia, PA. In 2010, Intimate Chaos was a feature of the inaugural Philly Urban Theatre Festival. Clarke has lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York and has finally settled down with her wife and writing partner for children’s books, Monica Bey-Clarke, in southern New Jersey.
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