Clement Wood

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Clement Richardson Wood (September 1, 1888 – October 26, 1950) was an American writer.

Wood attended the University of Alabama, graduating in 1909 and received his law degree from Yale in 1911.

He mainly wrote poetry, but he also wrote Tom Sawyer Grows Up, a sequel to Twain's work.

He appeared frequently in the pulp magazines, in titles as diverse as Telling Tales, Gangster Stories, Flynn's, and Ace-High Magazine.

In 1929, he wrote the biography Bernarr Macfadden: A Study in Success in aid of Macfadden's political aspirations.

He was also a socialist.

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