Austin Clarke is a professor of
literature and has taught at Yale, Brandeis, Williams, Duke, and the
Universities of Texas and Indiana. He assisted in setting up a black studies
program at Yale in 1968, after which he became the cultural attaché of the
Embassy of Barbados in Washington, DC. Culminating with the international
success of The Polished Hoe, which
won the Giller Prize, Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, and Trillium Prize, his work
since 1964 includes nearly a dozen novels, several short-story collections, and
a few memoirs. He lives in Toronto.
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