Log In

Clifford Richard-Hilaire Gravel Edit Profile

speaker , writer , poet

Clifford Richard-Hilaire Gravel, American poet, writer, speaker. Recipient Golden Poet award, 1988, Brookhaven National LAbs. Science Writing award, Rhyme Time award.


Gravel, Clifford Richard-Hilaire was born on March 5, 1939 in Passaic, New Jersey, United States. Son of Raoul Donat and Edith (Shaw) Gravel.


Graduate, Dale Carnegie Effective Speaking and Human Relations. Graduate, Dun and Bradstreet Retail Credit and Finance Analysis. Bachelor of Science in Physical Science Teaching, University New Mexico, 1986.


Chemist Various Companies, 1959—1972, sales representative, 1959—1972. Terrace manager Pittsburgh Paints, since 1987.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: Menzia, Touchups, Turning Point, Cliffs Clippings, Cliffs Corner Pocket. Editor-in-chief Britebrain Book Club, High Intelligence Quotient News Service. Contributor articles to professional publications.


Fellow: International Society Philosophical Inquiry. Member: Sexye, MARIAN, Golden Key, Minerva Society High Five Society, Triple Nine Society, International Platform Association, Baker St. Irregulars, Phoenix Society, Cincinnati Society, Instruments Sherlock Holmes, Fragile Philosophy, Intertel, Friendly Philosophers Club, Mensa Lodge (news service representative 1982-1983), Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma.


1 child Genevieve.

Raoul Donat Gravel

Edith (Shaw) Gravel

Genevieve Gravel