CLARK PERRY is an award-winning writer of plays, screenplays, fiction, and journalism.
He has written for the CW supernatural drama The Messengers, the Syfy Channel show Defiance and the ABC series V. He's also a graduate of the Warner Bros. TV Writers' Workshop. He's developed film projects for Universal Studios through the Terra Firma Films' Emerging Writers Program.
Clark's plays have been seen at Carnegie Mellon University, New York Stage & Film, American Globe Theatre, Epiphany Theatre Company, and the Contemporary American Theater Festival.
His screenplays have won awards from the ScreamFest LA Film Festival and a fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Screenwriting Program.
A former film and theater critic for venues such as the St. Petersburg Times, Tampa Tribune, and alt-weekly Creative Loafing, Clark was awarded the Gold "Charlie" Award for Best Investigative Reporting from the peer-reviewed Florida Magazine Association.
His fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies such as Science Fiction Age, Peter Straub's Ghosts, and Robert Bloch's Psychos. He's a graduate of the Clarion Workshop in Science Fiction and Fantasy, where he studied under Harlan Ellison and Damon Knight.
Clark has taught writing at Carnegie Mellon University, West Virginia University, and Fairmont State University.
playwriting, sky writing, screenwriting