In a fine February issue poet Andrew Hudgins joins me to discuss his process, his influences, and his approach to teaching; Grammy-winning violinist Justin Robinson and his band the Mary Annettes share an exclusive Fogged Clarity session; Jonathan Wells, Scott Hightower and Jean Kane debut new poems; and Greg Dunn paints the mind, along with much, much more.

Benjamin Evans
Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity


February 2012

Table of Contents

Fiction

  • Stephanie ElliottStephanie Elliott graduated from the City College of New York where she won numerous awards for her writing. Her work has appeared in Confrontation and The Healing Muse. Swaddled

Poetry

  • Jonathan WellsJonathan Wells‘ first collection of poems, Train Dance, was published in October 2011 by Four Way Books. His poems have been published in The New YorkerAlaska Quarterly Review and The Paris Review Daily, among other journals. Sledding Out
  • Home Is Not One Heart
  • Scott HightowerScott Hightower is the author of three books. This fall, Self-Evident, his fourth collection stateside, is forthcoming from Barrow Street Press. Early next year, Oases, a bi-lingual book, is forthcoming from Devenir, Madrid. Hightower teaches as adjunct faculty at NYU and Drew University. A native of central Texas, he lives in Manhattan and sojourns in Spain. “Follies”
  • The Zeppelin Field at Nurnberg
  • Amy LemmonAmy Lemmon is the author of two poetry collections: Fine Motor (Sow’s Ear Poetry Review Press, 2008) and Saint Nobody (Red Hen Press, 2009) and co-author, with Denise Duhamel of ABBA: The Poems (Coconut Books, 2010) and Enjoy Hot or Iced: Poems in Conversation and a Conversation (Slapering Hol Press, 2011). Her poems and essays have appeared in Rolling StoneNew LettersPrairie SchoonerVerseCourt GreenThe JournalBarrow Street, and many other magazines and anthologies. She is currently associate professor of English at the Fashion Institute of Technology.1965
  • Jean KaneJean Kane teaches English at Vassar College. Her fiction and poetry have been published in American Short FictionGeorgia ReviewPrairie Schooner, and Indiana Review. La graffeta d’amor
  • Much Later
  • John M. AndersonJohn M. Anderson teaches at Boston College. Featured in both Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, he has new poems in Poetry NorthwestSpillwayTuesday: An Art Project, and Crazyhorse – plus a canyonland chapbook, Dictionary Quilt (Pudding House, 2007). His manuscript Alamos: A Chain Reaction is a ghost story in verse about J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb. Peter Oppenheimer Hearing the Who…
  • Some Version of Late Peter Oppenheimer…

Visual

  • Guy LarameeGuy Laramee is an interdisciplinary artist whose work has been seen and heard in Canada, United States, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan and Latin America which includes some 15 solos and more than 20 collective shows. The Great Wall
  • C.J. PyleCJ Pyle is a Chicago-based artist represented by the Carl Hammer Gallery. Illustration
  • Greg DunnGreg Dunn is currently working on his PhD in neuroscience at the University of Pennsylvania. He spends his free time creating works of art inspired by his doctorate work and classic Asian art. Neuroscience

Aural

  • Justin Robinson and the Mary AnnettesJustin Robinson is a Grammy Award-winning violinist who played with the Carolina Chocolate Drops before beginning his latest project, Justin Robinson and the Mary Annettes. Thus far, the band has released the full-length album Bones for Tinder, along with the E.P. Precious Blood.Bones for Tinder
  • The Fogged Clarity Session

Interviews

  • Andrew HudginsAndrew Hudgins is the author of eight books of poems, including Saints and StrangersEcstatic in the Poison, and most recently American Rendering: New and Selected Poems. He has been a finalist for both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize, won the Harper Lee Award, and has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. the renown poet discusses his work

Reviews

  • Scott HightowerScott Hightower is the author of three books. This fall, Self-Evident, his fourth collection stateside, is forthcoming from Barrow Street Press. Early next year, Oases/Hontanares, a bi-lingual book, is forthcoming from Devenir, Madrid. Hightower teaches as adjunct faculty at NYU and Drew University. A native of central Texas, he lives in Manhattan and sojourns in Spain.reviews Neil Shephard’s collection, (T)ravel, Un(T)ravel

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