Starting out at the Peter Rubie Literary Agency in 1998, June built a strong client list with a focus on nonfiction projects in the areas of entertainment, self-help, parenting, reference/how-to books, food and wine, style/beauty, and prescriptive business titles.
June received her M.A. in Writing and Publishing from Emerson College, with a focus on playwriting. Her play, Separation Anxiety, was produced at the Brimmer Street Theater in Boston.
A published author, June co-wrote Signature for Success: How to Analyze Handwriting and Improve Your Career, Your Relationships, and Your Life (with Arlyn Imberman) and The Complete Book of Astrology (with Ada Aubin). She is also the author of The Everything Baby Name Book (2nd & 3rd editions) and The Everything Mother Goose Book. A monologue from one of her plays is featured in the new book, One on One: The Best Women’s Monologues of the 21st Century.
Prior to being an agent, Clark worked in marketing and promotion in the cable TV industry. She is the recipient of a Cable ACE/Emmy award among other industry merits.
In between agenting responsibilities, June handles platform building and promotion for authors through her company, Get There Media, and continues to pursue her interests in writing and theater.
For more information about June and the books she represents, visit her Web site at: www.juneclark.com.