Writing Seminar Adviser, Student Adviser and Adjunct Professor of Writing
LIU Global Costa Rica Center
B.A., University of Costa RicaLicentiate Degree, University of Costa RicaM.A., University of Costa Rica
Jessica Clark is a Costa Rican writer and freelance advertiser. After a decade of creative work in advertising agencies such as McCann-Erikson and BBDO, she worked at the Embassy of Costa Rica in Washington D.C., as a speechwriter for the ambassador. Upon her return to Costa Rica she obtained her master’s degree in English Literature and published her first book, a critically acclaimed short story collection. Three novels followed. Her short stories have been published in a dozen anthologies in Costa Rica and abroad.
Creative and Academic Writing, Creativity in Advertising, Ancient History
Author, "The Demonicon" (novel)
Author, "Ragnarok," published in The Nation (short story)
Author, "Diagonal" (short story)
Author, "Paranormal.org," published in Aquelarre (short story)
Author, "Ricochet," published in Materika(short story)
Author, "Cold Front," published in Possible Futures: Science Fiction Stories
Author, "Lazán," published in F5,Reset of Latin American Literature
Author, "The Jackal Syndrome," published in "Once Upon a Time There Was a Right"
Author, "Note to Self" published in La Libreta, Los Salvajes, Stories of the Lost Paradise and Cuentos De Nunca Acabar (pending)
Author, "Telemacus" (novel)
Author, "The Savages" (short story collection)
Author, "Mandelbrot," published en "Paraescrituras: Ensayos y Guiones"
Alliance Fraçaise, San José, Costa Rica
Recipient, First Place and Honorable Mention, Spanish Center of Culture Screenwriting Workshop
Recipient, First Place, Best National TV Series, “El Barrio”
Recipient, First Place and Honorable Mention in Advertising for Information Media, American Association of Press Editors
Recipient, Honorable Mention, National Advertising Awards