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Karen Lynne Clark, American writer. Recipient KNBU-FM Radio award Ed O'Donnell Baker University, 1986, Honor Scholarships, 1982-1986. Member, petitioner People For the American Way, Washington, 1987-1990. Member Outstanding Young Women American.

Background

Clark, Karen Lynne was born on March 22, 1964 in Hampton, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Glenn Richard Clark and Elizabeth Juanita (Champion) Frederiksen.

Education

Bachelor in English and Mass Communications, Baker University, 1986.

Career

Intern, KLZ/KAZY Radio, Denver, 1985;disc jockey, music director, KNBU Radio, Baldwin City, Kansas, 1984-1986;announcer, board operator, WIBW television AM-FM, Topeka, 1986-1989.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Writer (serial) including The Avondales, 1989, (radio show) The Faker Experience, 1984, (poems) including She's Undead Unless, 1985 (Runnerup 1990), The Effects of Crass Materialism, 1986 (Honorable Mention 1987), Writer's Block, 1984 (3rd Place 1985), Waiting to Cross the Street, 1984, The Bitter Picnic, 1984 (2nd Place 1984), In Front of the Fireplace, 1982 (3rd Place 1983), (short story) including The Grey World Beyond, 1984 (3rd Place 1985), Deliberation, 1984 (First Place 1984).

Membership

Member, petitioner People For the American Way, Washington, 1987-1990. Member Outstanding Young Women American.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music listening, collecting, book reading and collecting, film studies.

Connections

father:
Glenn Richard Clark Frederiksen

mother:
Elizabeth Juanita (Champion) Frederiksen