As winter settles over the lake, the clarity wishes all of our readers a merry month of festivities.

Olivia Broadfield strips it down and plays Joni Mitchell’s River for Christmas and The Clarity:

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This month poet Bob Holman joins me to discuss the craft he loves, Olivia Broadfield shares her debut album, Eyes Wide Open, author Terry Sanville writes of innocence in California, Andrew De Haan emerges, Mona Marshall explores duality, Andy Douglas reviews Ansen Seale’s series, Bloodlines, Scott Hightower looks at Randall Mann’s latest collection, and much more.

Enjoy,

Benjamin Evans
Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity

December 2009

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