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Prairie Schooner Welcomes Web Editor Paul Hanson Clark

Prairie Schooner is delighted to introduce its new web editor, Paul Hanson Clark!

Paul is a graduate of UNL with a double major in English (specializing in creative writing) and broadcasting (specializing in production) and with a minor in history.  Paul previously worked as listings editor for Omaha’s alternative weekly newspaper The Reader, where he managed web content. Paul is also a co-founder of SP CE (pronounced “Space”), a poetry studio in downtown Lincoln.  His poems have appeared in Red Lightbulbs.

"These transitions are never easy,” said Prairie Schooner editor Kwame Dawes, “especially after establishing an easy and effective working relationship with our outgoing web editor, Eric Jones, but thankfully Paul brings to this position many years of experience in finding ways to take art to the wider community through digital media and through his own arts initiatives.  He is a sharp and conscientious copyeditor, a thoughtful writer, and a man who is savvy about the opportunities that social media brings to the arts world.  Just these qualities would make him an excellent choice, but he adds to all that the very necessary assured skills with web design and web functionality.  We are looking forward to seeing how his ideas, vision, and skills will help advance the work we are doing here at Prairie Schooner."

The Prairie Schooner is looking forward to working with Paul and is glad to have him as part of our team.