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Featured Client: Mark Belair

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Mark Belair has never has a problem with creativity. Originally a drummer, Mark beautifully infuses his poetry with his inherent rhythm, and we (and many editors) just can’t get enough! Mark is an ideal client as well; since his first days with us in 2005, we’ve always known him to be professional, courteous, and friendly. We could not be happier to introduce him to you as our Featured Client!

About Mark Belair

Mark Belair is a drummer and percussionist based in New York City. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, including Atlanta Review, Fulcrum, Harvard Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Poet Lore, The South Carolina Review, The Texas Review, and The Sun. He has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and his chapbook collection, Walk With Me, was recently published by Parallel Press of the University of Wisconsin at Madison. For further information, visit www.markbelair.com

In His Words

“As a professional musician who took to writing poetry later in life, I had no idea how to go about submitting my work for publication. Late one day I called Writer’s Relief for information and by chance Ronnie Smith answered the phone. Her clear dedication and enthusiasm convinced me that Writer’s Relief was worth trying. Having been a client now since 2005, I’ve long since known that my first impression was right: Ronnie and the staff at Writer’s Relief are smart, trustworthy, personable, and, above all, effective.”

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3 Responses to Featured Client: Mark Belair

  1. Wow! I love to hear an inspiring story about someone who started writing later in life – gives me hope :)

  2. Oh my goodness! Creativity must ooze from your pores, Mark. You have a nice handful of credits. Congrats!

  3. It’s always interesting to see writers who dabble in other forms of art, like in this case music. Congatulations Mark!

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