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Clarke’s writing is mainly rooted in her native Wales and tackles major ideas such as family relationships, love and death.
In 1999 Gillian Clarke received the Glyndŵr Award for an "Outstanding Contribution to the Arts in Wales" during the Machynlleth Festival.
Although her parents were Welsh speakers, she was brought up speaking only English and learnt to speak Welsh as an adult – partly as a form of rebellion. After university Clarke spent a year working for the BBC in London.
She then returned to Cardiff, where she gave birth to her daughter, Catrin, about whom she has written a poem of the same name, and two sons.
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