A brief post today. Tomorrow I'm off to AWP in Chicago along with Caitlin and Jody (Poet Lore) and Charlie. Today's focus is on wrapping up odds and ends before we go. Just FYI, Kim Roberts over at Beltway Quarterly has a terrific list of local authors reading at AWP. If you don't subscribe to her e-newsletter, you should. Especially for you poets.
Do look for blog posts from me from AWP. I think I may be doing more than just one post a day, depending on how I feel. I'll try.
Fogged Clarity recently asked if I'd share news of its upcoming submissions to our members. Why not? If you're inclined. I don't know much about them other than that there Web site looks pretty good, and they published Danish poet Niels Hav.
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Arts Review Fogged Clarity is now accepting submissions for our March and April editions. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our February (debut) issue is free and available at www.foggedclarity.com. In it you will find new work from poets Bruce Smith, Amy King, and Peter Ciccariello, experimental photography by Kyle Jones and Ryan Daly, short fiction by Dmitri Gheorgheni, and much more. Fogged Clarity aims to transcend the conventions of the typical literary review by incorporating music, the visual arts, interviews, and political exposition. Our ambition is to form a community of artists whose interaction is not constrained by medium, but broadened by a collective love of expression. Our network is extensive, and our passion for ventilation intense. We sincerely hope you will join us, and share the fruits of your own fogged clarity.