If you’ve never stared off into the distance then your life is a shame…
–Adam Duritz

We hope you had a great holiday season and are set to live another fine year. Please enjoy our first issue of 2013.

Benjamin Evans

Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity


January/February 2013

Table of Contents

Fiction

  • Jon HeathJon Heath is a writer of fictions from the small city of Bristol in the UK, now up and moved to the big big New York City to be with his new wife. Short on memory, he only remembers the tales of love and adventure that inspire his writing. A traveler of the world, he is of no fixed career but hopes he can continue to write for as long as the pen fits his finger.The Search and the Kiss Met at Midnight

Poetry

  • Scott HightowerScott Hightower is an award winning poet, translator, and the author of four books. This fall, Hontanares/Fountains, a bi-lingual book, is forthcoming from Devenir, Madrid. Hightower teaches as adjunct faculty at NYU. A native of central Texas, he lives in Manhattan and sojourns in SpainWe Need Guns
  • Catherine ChampionCatherine Champion grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She has her BA in English and Philosophy from Amherst College and her MFA in Poetry from the University of Oregon. She currently lives in Eugene, Oregon.Anemones
  • J. Rodney KarrJ. Rodney Karr is a poet living in Denmark. His work has appeared in The Iowa Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review and dirtcakes, among other publications. He holds an MFA from the University of Arkansas.Parents Give Their Son…
  • Martin BalgachMartin Balgach‘s writing has appeared in The Bitter OleanderCream City ReviewThe Dirty NapkinMany Mountains MovingOpium Magazine, and Rain Taxi, among other journals. He holds an MFA from Vermont College, works in publishing, and lives near Boulder, Colorado.Canopies
  • Raena ShiraliRaena Shirali lives in Columbus, OH, where she is currently enrolled in Ohio State University’s MFA program.the waves receded in december

Aural

Reviews

  • Scott HightowerScott Hightower is an award winning poet, translator, and the author of four books. This fall, Hontanares/Fountains, a bi-lingual book, is forthcoming from Devenir, Madrid. Hightower teaches as adjunct faculty at NYU. A native of central Texas, he lives in Manhattan and sojourns in SpainGregory Pardlo’s, “Totem”

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