written by David Clarke
created by Helen Dewbery
‘Let Me be Very Clear’ is published in The Europeans published by Nine Arches Press.
‘Let Me Be Very Clear’ is a collage of similes that have been used by politicians and journalists attempting to describe the process of the United Kingdom exiting the European Union.
The comic strip was created using the comic and storyboard software Pixton Comics (pixton.com), and then edited in Photoshop and Final Cut Pro.
David Clarke was born in Lincolnshire. His first pamphlet, Gaud, won the Michael Marks award in 2013. His first collection, Arc, was published by Nine Arches Press in 2015 and was longlisted for the Polari Prize. Another pamphlet, Scare Stories, was published by V Press in 2017 and was named a Poetry School ‘Book the Year.’ His poems have appeared in magazines including Magma, Tears in the Fence, Long Poem Magazine and The Interpreter’s House.