The malaise, resist it and know that the sweet nostalgia of autumn is upon us and the fog is thickening. Ernest Hemingway’s grandson John joins me this month to discuss a very interesting childhood, and we are honored to premier the immensely gifted Samantha Farrell’s new album, Luminous, right here on The Clarity. Terese Svoboda is eloquence manifested, as she debuts and reads two new poems, The Tree, Shaken and Which Poem Comes Last? Dylan James Brock completes his novella, Pop Psychology, and photographer Kim Høltermand captures Denmark in rare form.
Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity
Table of Contents
- Terese Svoboda Which Poem Comes Last?
- The Tree, Shaken
- Ann Howells The Madwoman Feels Vulnerable
- Michael Tyrell Luminol
- Aleksey Porvin Chalk
- Tomorrow Evening
- Alan Gann Meditation on a Chrysanthemum
- David Brennan from Angel Sex