January / February 2013

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… More

March / April 2013

Greetings from all of us here at Fogged Clarity. Our new issue features a fine assemblage of original poetry and fiction we hope you’ll take some time to enjoy. Benjamin Evans Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity March/April 2013 Table of Contents Fiction Sam NeisSam Neis is a Michigan native and occasional expatriate. Sometimes he is an author… More

May / June 2013

We hope you have a fine start to summer and find time to enjoy our 50th offering. Benjamin Evans Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity May / June 2013 Table of Contents Fiction Benjamin RoeschBenjamin Roesch is an author living and teaching in Burlington, Vermont. His short fiction has appeared in Word Riot, Brilliant Corners, Monkey Bicycle and… More

November 2012

This month we are pleased to feature an exclusive audio interview with poet B.H. Fairchild; new poetry and readings by Kathy Fagan, Ely Shipley, and Jim Tolan; the music of Bryan Laurier, and much more. Benjamin Evans Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity November 2012 Table of Contents Fiction Sutton StrotherSutton Strother is a Kentucky native and a… More

September 2012

Greetings, I hope you’re well and that you’ve had a fine summer. We at Fogged Clarity are very excited to resume publishing monthly issues, and have a fine one lined up for this September featuring an audio interview with author Sam Lipsyte, new poems from Denise Duhamel, a full stream of Chicago songwriter Darrick Thompson’s… More

May 2012

Our May Issue features an interview with songwriter Guy Capecelatro III conducted by Fogged Clarity contributor Jim Rioux. In addition, Capecelatro III shares an exclusive four-song Fogged Clarity Session. Also in this issue: new short fiction by M. David Hornbuckle, new poems by Patty Seyburn, Julie Sheehan, John W. Evans and Mercedes Lawry, along with… More