where the writers are
From a review of Little Bridget and The Flames of Hell

"At times we come across work by an author unknown to us and the impact is so intense that it leaves us wondering why this is a first encounter. Terence Clarke is that sort of writer. Look up information about him and as important as he is there is not a lot written about him. Where was he born? His style in this superb collection of short stories LITTLE BRIDGET AND THE FLAMES OF HELL is so Irish in poignancy and quality that he must have Irish blood in his veins (think John Banville, Seamus Haney, Colm Tóibín, James Joyce)."

Grady Harp