Jerome Clark

Jerome Clark is a prize-winning author of the multi-volume UFO Encyclopedia (1990-1998) and other books, including, most recently, Unexplained (third ed., 2012). A former editor of Fate magazine and International UFO Reporter, he serves on the CUFOS board. In June 2008 the Society for Scientific Exploration, an organization of professionals in the physical and social sciences, gave him its Dinsdale Award for "significant contributions to the expansion of human understanding through the study of unexplained phenomena ... which have brought to the general public comprehensive and trustworthy information presented from a sophisticated perspective."

Clark is also a songwriter (Emmylou Harris, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tom T. Hall, the Seldom Scene, Mary Black, and others) and a prolific writer on folk and roots music. He pursues a wide range of interests -- political, historical, and literary -- from his home in Minnesota.

Books by Jerome Clark