Wahida Clark: The Queen of Street Literature

Wahida Clark: The Queen of Street Literature

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The Queen of Street Literature was crowned while serving 126 months of hard time. While so many of us chased the minute hand, Wahida tore pages off her calendars.

Going into a 10 ½ year prison sentence, Wahida hadn’t the slightest intention of publishing a book, let alone building a literary empire. It’s been said that tragedy spurs ingenuity; sometimes it takes losing everything to unleash our maximum potential. Wahida’s brilliance was fully realized in her patented (so to speak) brand of jailhouse marketing.

Find out how ardent ONTRAPORT customer Wahida Clark gained traction as a bestselling author and publisher from behind bars.

About Martin Cogburn

Martin Cogburn, ONTRAPORT's Senior Content Strategist, cherishes and strives to master the art of great storytelling. Originally from Frankfurt, the German native attended UCSB after growing up in the Santa Barbara area. Martin wears multiple hats in his role at ONTRAPORT: story producer, blog author, scriptwriter, and content curator -- all of which get his creative juices flowing. On top of that, he's an avid film enthusiast. Name any movie and there's a pretty good chance Martin can tell you all about it.