December 2010

Happy Holidays from Fogged Clarity. We hope you enjoy our final issue of 2010, and thank you for spending another year in the fog with us.

Benjamin Evans
Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity

Table of Contents


  • Theodore WheelerTheodore Wheeler is an author living in Nebraska. His fiction has been featured or is forthcoming in Best New American Voices, The Kenyon Review, Boulevard, as prize-winner of their Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers, The Cincinnati Review, as winner of their Schiff Prize in Prose, Flatmancrooked and fugue, among others. He is a Senior Fiction Reader for Prairie Schooner. Kleinhardt’s Women
  • Gary PercesepeGary Percesepe has published short stories, poems, essays and reviews in many journals, including Mississippi Review, Antioch Review, Westchester Review, Rumpus, Pank, Word Riot, Necessary Fiction, Metazen, elimae, LitnImage, 971 Menu, and Moon Milk Review, among others. Along with Susan Tepper, he co-authored the epistolary novel, What May Have Been: Letters of Jackson Pollock and Dori G, (Cervana Barva Press) which was recently entered for a Pulitzer Prize. He recently completed his second novel, Leaving Telluride. Girl, Interrupted


  • Simon PerchikSimon Perchik is an attorney whose poems have appeared in Partisan Review, The New Yorker, Poetry, The Nation, Southern Humanities Review, and elsewhere. For more information, including his essay, “Magic, Illusion and Other Realities,” visit his website at Suite, 1
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  • Gayle Elen HarveyGayle Elen Harvey has published poems in The American Poetry Journal, The New York Quarterly, Plainsong, and The Louisiana Review, among many others. She has published eight collections of poetry, the latest of which is Vanishing Points (2009). Notable awards include a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship, The Poetry Society of America’s Emily Dickinson Award, and The Kennesaw Review’s Don Russ Poetry Prize. She lives and writes in Upstate New York. Concealment
  • Anney E. J. RyanAnney E. J. Ryan is an English adjunct currently living on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Her work has been featured in The Kenyon Review, Post Road Magazine, Shoofly, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.Watson and the Shark
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  • Jonathan DubowJohnathan Dubow has had poems published recently in Grey Sparrow and Gold Wake Press. His first chapbook, The Separation, is forthcoming from Pudding House Press.Symbiotic


  • Alain DelormeAlain Delorme holds a Masters of Photography from The University of Paris VIII. In addition to his many group shows, his work has been the subject of multiple solo exhibitions in Paris and one in Tokyo and he was the recipient of the Gens d’Image Arcimboldo Prize in 2007. He lives and works in Paris where he is represented by Galerie Magda Danysz. Totems
  • Giga KobidzeGiga Kobidze is a designer and artist living and working in Tbilisi, Georgia. Seven
  • Lina GavėnaitėLina Gavėnaitė is a photographer, illustrator and graphic designer living and working in Vilnius, Lithuania. Colorless



  • Andre Dubus IIIAndre Dubus III is the author of a collection of short fiction, The Cage Keeper and Other Stories, and the novels Bluesman, House of Sand and Fog, and The Garden of Last Days. He has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship, the National Magazine Award for fiction, and the Pushcart Prize, and was a finalist for the Rome Prize Fellowship from the Academy of Arts and Letters. An Academy Award-nominated motion picture and published in seventeen languages, House of Sand and Fog was a fiction finalist for the National Book Award and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and was a Book Sense Book of the Year, Oprah Book Club selection, and #1 New York Times bestseller. His memoir, Townie, is forthcoming from W.W. Norton & Co. in 2011.discusses his life and writing
  • Bill RobertsBill Roberts is the chief singer and songwriter of the Long Beach, CA band, The Red River.The Red River frontman talks about his music


  • Scott HightowerScott Hightower is a poet living with one foot in New York City, one in Texas, and one in Madrid. His third collection, Part of the Bargain, received the 2004 Hayden Carruth Award. His translations from Spanish have garnered him a Willis Barnstone Translation Prize. He teaches at NYU, and has taught poetry, non-fiction, and translation at Drew, F.I.T., Fordham, and Poets House.Nick Carbo’s, “Chinese, Japanese, What Are These?”