And the Winner Isn’t …

As most of you have surely heard by now, the Pulitzer Prize winner’s list for 2012 was announced mid-April, but no winner was selected from among the three finalists for the fiction category. The finalists included Train Dreams by Denis Johnson, Swamplandia! by Karen Russell (read my review here ), and The Pale King by… More

March 2012

In lieu of an interview this month, we are pleased to debut new poems and readings by four truly exceptional poets: Bruce Smith, Robert Wrigley, Adrianne Kalfopoulou, and Bruce Snider. Additionally, we feature acclaimed songwriter Adam Arcuragi’s latest album, “Like a Fire That Consumes All Before It…;” a stunning visual gallery by artist Adam Martinakis;… More

February 2012

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… More

January 2012

We ring in the new year with our 37th issue. All of us at Fogged Clarity hope you enjoy our January edition and the coming year. Benjamin Evans Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity January 2012 Table of Contents Fiction Colin FlemingColin Fleming is a contributing writer for The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The Boston Globe and… More

Daniel Pinchbeck

Author Daniel Pinchbeck expounds upon existence, psychedelics and politics while waiting for a lamb sandwich in an East Village bistro. More