Terence Clarke's Writings
Surely Gabriel García Márquez is the author of some of the oddest books ever. His Love In The Time of Cholera (my particular favorite) features a man named Florentino Ariza who has been waiting for fifty-one years, nine months and four days for the love of his life, Fermina Daza, to get rid of her husband so that he, Florentino, can pursue her for himself. ...
I read every word of these stories (Little Bridget And The Flames Of Hell), not through professional obligation but through genuine enjoyment, engagement, admiration of Terence Clarke's mastery of the craft...I was literally moved to tears by some of these stories, transported by all of them into a world of Irish nuns, immigrants, mad poets, white-collar workers, errant priests, lawyers with, of all things, a heart... When I first got into publishing thirty-five years ago, it was with the hope of publishing literature of this integrity, rendered with such skill and bigness of heart. ”
—Malcolm Margolin, Heyday Books
Mercury House and Ballantine Books published three of my novels, all to high critical praise. My latest novel A Kiss For Señor Guevara was published in July, 2010. A collection of stories titled Little Bridget and The Flames of Hell was published this...
Causes Terence Clarke Supports
Terence’s Favorite Books
Pride and Prejudice, Heart of Darkness, Great Expectations, Memory of Fire trilogy, Love In The Time Of Cholera, The Collected Stories of Gabriel García...