Clellan Coe

Clellan Coe – Version 2CLELLAN COE is an American writer living in the province of Asturias in northern Spain. Since her first published piece in the New Statesman in 2008, she’s had work in The American Scholar and the Last Line Journal. An essay appeared in The Timberline Review’s inaugural issue in the fall of 2014. David Sedaris, Rachel Cusk, Jane Austen, and Alice Munro are favorite authors. Favorite stories are William Trevor’s “Memories of Youghal” and John Updike’s “Deaths of Distant Friends.”