Fogged Clarity seeks contributors

Arts review Fogged Clarity is inviting gifted poets, authors, artists and musicians to write and perhaps share their work in its new, expanded blog.  Over the past three and a half years the journal has received more than a half-million visitors, and been cited on NPR, PitchforkThe New York TimesThe Chicago Tribune and The Huffington Post, while debuting work by Pulitzer Prize finalists, Guggenheim fellows, and other fine artists.  The journal’s acclaimed interview series has featured discussions with Jeffrey Eugenides, Carl Phillips, TC Boyle, Bela Fleck, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, and Jeff Daniels among many others.

Fogged Clarity is looking for artists to join its community and share work, promote events, write about craft, or anything else they see fit. Write as little or as often as you like, about whatever you like.  The goal is to provide a forum for creative voices and generate a dialogue between artists.  With the traffic the site receives, your work will be read, and for the next two months, until monthly issues resume, every post will appear on the front page.

If you are interested in contributing, email and he will set you up with an account.

Advice for Writers Blog

Ever wondered how can you get the full benefit of workshops and mentors, what and how you should publish, or how can you sustain your work as a writer?  Check out this blog providing advice to new writers on their literary work: Advice for Writers –

The blog is maintained by Zack Rogow, who teaches in the writing programs at University of Alaska, Anchorage and at California College of the Arts.