Skyler Clarke is a young poet and writer based in France. Praised for original use of metaphor, rhythm and visceral imagery, their most popular work to date has been Untitled, an ongoing collection of abstract poetry and experimental prose concerning a variety of themes, including outer space, existentialism, urbanism and depression. It was featured on the Literary Fiction Network. Their short story “The Sands See All as Equal” won first place in the 2016 Paris Young Authors Fiction Festival, and sci-fi short “SCRAP” is currently being adapted into a radio play.
A surreal poetry, prose, photography anthology exploring the human body and spirit featuring 15 contributors including B.W. Powe, Evan J. Hoskins, Takatsu.
A collection of photography to accompany the Apparatus anthology, reflecting the experience of the human body in experimental and artful lenses.