clarise has been published internationally, both online and in print. below are links to various publications which have included clarise’s writing. 


She received a Regional Gold Medal from Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for her short story, Make Clowns Great Again! click here to read. 

She was awarded first place at the local Rocky Mountain PBS Storymakers Contest for her poetic prose piece, I Am Eire click here to read.

Her personal essay, Happy Harry, received an Editors Choice on the teen writing community, Teen Ink in addition to be published in the June issue. It can be read here

She has been published twice in the nationally acclaimed high school literary magazine, Calling Upon Calliope for her pieces “here is a poem” and “language”. 

Her personal essay, “To The Man Who Asked Me For A Poem” was published in the teen online magazine, Blue Marble Review. Read her piece here.

Her poem, “then & now” was published in the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art’s teen zine, “yours, theirs, & mine”. Clarise was accepted as a teen ambassador for the MCA and over one semester, Clarise met with 14 other teens from the Denver area, weekly, to design and compile their zine. View her poem and spread here.

Her poem “language” was a featured Poem of the Month on the online writing community, Cafe Aphra and can be read here

Her poem “the poet is the namer” was published in the British literary magazine, Peeking Cat Poetry, find it here

Her poem "fire" was featured in the UK magazine Cake. Read her poem here

Her poem, "Pearse's Cottage" was published in the Rose Magazine, an Irish publication. 

Her poem, “Ode to Morning Dew” was featured on the back cover of the Irish magazine, OtherWise

Her first ever published poem, “Ode to an Irish Painter” was featured in the Irish magazine, Guaire.

She is a Colorado Kid Reporter for the Denver Post and has gotten the opportunity to interview Buzz Aldrin, Chelsea Clinton, Jeff Corwin, and director Tim Johnson.