Issue # 1 of my new online magazine, Clarke's: A Journal of The Arts, has just come out. It's a quality hodge-podge of things I like. Fine writing, art, fashion, photography, video, film... The current issue, on the subject of “the encounter”, contains Red Room author Alev Lytle Croutier's conversation with Night, an Irish tale by Red Room’s Beatrice Bowles, a tune by Billie Holiday, a new story of Texas by Sandra Lloyd, a María Volonté tango, an old story of Ireland by James Joyce, the moment before the kiss, as caught by Brassai...and much more.
Clarke’s will come out on a quarterly basis, and I hope that Red Room authors and members will take a look. In future issues we're going to have excerpts from a new novel that takes place in the Mission District in San Francisco, by Peruvian writer, performance artist and Red Room author Willy Lizárraga (his first in English); a story by literary agent Stephanie Koven; an excerpt from a book published by Price M. Cobbs a few years ago (he co-wrote the famous Black Rage), about a Duke Ellington concert he went to as a child; an essay about a very intrepid gaucho by the 19th century Argentine writer Domingo Faustino Sarmiento; some photos of Brazilian musicians by NY Times theater photographer Dixie Sheridan; the poem "A Woman in Her Garden" by Pablo Neruda (in my translation); "Corinna's Going a-Maying" by Robert Herrick, an interview/article by me about the great jazz singer Kitty Margolis, and many other things.
We're looking for submissions.
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