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 7 includes a special feature on Contemporary American Indian Prose Poetry curated and introduced by Dean Rader with work by Sherman Alexie, Kimberly Blaeser, Allison Hedge Coke, Heid E. Erdrich, Eric Gansworth, Diane Glancy, Janice Gould, LeAnn Howe, Carter Revard, Orlando White, and many others. The issue includes additional prose poems by Christopher Buckley, Robin Clarke, Paola Corso, Jim Daniels, Jamey Dunham, Peter Everwine, Ray Gonzalez, Louis Jenkins, Laura Kasischke, Keith Leonard, Li-Tsung-Yuan, Rachel Loden, Diana Magallon, Morton Marcus, Jonathan Monroe, John Olson, Cheryl Pallant, Peter Streckfus, Liz Waldner, G. C. Waldrep, Gary Young, and many others, plus an interview with Gary Young by Tony Leuzzi.
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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