Clancy Martin is Associate Professor of Philosophy at UMKC. He works on 19th and 20th Century European philosophy after Kant, the intersections of philosophy and literature, and the ethics of advertising and selling. Clancy has authored, coauthored and edited several books in philosophy, including Love, Lies, and Marriage (forthcoming, Farrar Straus & Giroux), Honest Work (Oxford University Press, 2006) with Robert Solomon and Joanne Ciulla, and The Philosophy of Deception (forthcoming, Oxford University Press). He has published over two dozen articles and reviews on Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Romanticism, and the virtue of truthfulness, and has also translated Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra (Barnes and Noble Classics, 2006) and is presently translating Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil for Hackett. Clancy also publishes fiction in Noon, Mcsweeneys and elsewhere. In 2007 his story "The Best Jeweler" won The Pushcart Prize, and his first novel, How to Sell, from Farrar Straus and Giroux, was published in 2009 and was named one of the Kansas City Stars’s top books of 2009. The newest of Kevin Prufer's four books are Fallen from a Chariot (Carnegie Mellon, 2005) and National Anthem (Four Way Books, 2008), the latter of which was named one of the five best poetry books of the year by Publishers Weekly. The recipient of three Pushcart prizes and two Best American Poetry selections, he is also editor of New European Poets (Graywolf Press) and Pleiades: A Journal of New Writing, among others. His next book, Little Paper Sacrifice, is forthcoming from Four Way Books in 2011. This event features music by Gib Shell. (caracabe)
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