About Clifford Venho
Clifford Venho is a writer, poet, translator, editor, and movement artist. Born in New York City, he studied English and creative writing at the State University of New York at New Paltz and the movement art of eurythmy at Eurythmy Spring Valley. His poetry is forthcoming in the anthology Without a Doubt: poems illuminating faith (The New York Quarterly, 2021). His poetry and fiction have also appeared in various literary journals, including The Westchester Review, Cathexis Northwest, The Dewdrop, Modern Literature, and the Stonesthrow Review. He was shortlisted for the 2020 Arts Competition at La Piccioletta Barca Magazine. His translation of Novalis' Hymns to the Night was published by Mercury Press in 2015. He works as a translator and editor at Chadwick Library Press, focusing on works by philosopher and spiritual thinker Rudolf Steiner. His essays on Shakespeare, the art of eurythmy and Rudolf Steiner have appeared in The Decadent Review and Being Human. He teaches courses in eurythmy and English poetry at Eurythmy Spring Valley, and lives by the farm with his wife and their orange tabby.