Black Clock 15: Public Reading

Black Clock 15 celebrates at the Mandrake Bar in Los Angeles

To celebrate the fifteenth issue of Black Clock, a journal published by the California Institute of the Arts’ (CalArts) MFA Writing Program, a public reading has been organised at the Mandrake Bar in Los Angeles. Contributors who will be reading include: Anthony Miller, Mark Z. Danielewski, Jonathan Lethem, Claire Phillips, Geoff Nicholson and Matthew Specktor and acclaimed novelist - and Black Clock Editor - Steve Erickson. The event will be held on 29 April from 2pm. [Read More]

About Black Clock

Edited by Steve Erickson, Black Clock has become one of America’s leading literary journals since its inception in 2004. Singular, idiosyncratic and a little mysterious, it has featured such established authors as Don DeLillo, Richard Powers, Miranda July, Joanna Scott, Samuel R. Delany, Aimee Bender, Susan Straight, William T. Vollmann and David Foster Wallace along with a growing roster of striking literary debuts. Work appearing in Black Clock has been anthologized in best-of-the-year collections and nominated for O. Henry and Pushcart prizes, and two excerpted novels have gone on to win the National Book Award. [Read More]