Robert Clark is the author of ten books: the novels In the Deep Midwinter (Picador, 1997), Mr. White’s Confession (Picador, 1998), Love Among the Ruins (Norton, 2001), The Lives of the Artists (Harper Collins, 2005), and Heaven (just published, CreateSpace, 2012), as well as the nonfiction works River of the West (Harper Collins, 1995), The Solace of Food (Steerforth, 1998), My Grandfather’s House (Picador, 1999), Dark Water: Flood and Redemption in the City of Masterpieces (Doubleday, 2008), and, most recently, Bayham Street: Essays in Longing (CreateSpace, 2012). He is a winner of the Edgar for Best Novel, the Washington State Book Award, and a Guggenheim Fellowship in Creative Non-Fiction. He lives in Seattle.
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