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Magazine. Poetry. Fiction. Literary Nonfiction. SENTENCE is the premiere journal dedicated to the prose poem and work in the gray areas between prose poetry, flash fiction, and lyric essay. SENTENCE 8 includes a Forum on the Prose Poem, an interview with Peter Johnson, and work by Joel Allegretti, Dennis Barone, Michael Bazzett, Simeon Berry, Tia Black, Craig Blais, Sarah Blake, Stefanie Botelho, Cory Brown, Benjamin Cartwright, Georges-Olivier Chateaureynaud, Eric Darby, Jon Davis, Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton, Oliver de la Paz, Alexis Fedorjaczenko, Valerie Fox, Jeremy Halinen, Joshua Harmon, Chris Haven, Megin Jimenez, Ann Killough, Gian Lombardo, Morton Marcus, Mary Meriam, Brad Modlin, Sima Rabinowitz, Daniel Asa Rose, Renee Rossi, Kristin Ryling, Patty Seyburn, David Shumate, John A. Ward, Tom Whalen, Max Winter, and John Yau.
Brian Clements is the author of several collections of poetry, including DISAPPOINTED PSALMS, AND HOW TO END IT, Essays Against Ruin, and JARGON. Clements is also editor of the independent, non-profit press Firewheel Editions. He is Professor of Writing, Linguistics, and Creative Process at Western Connecticut State University and Coordinator of WestConn's MFA in Professional Writing. Author City: DANBURY, CT USA