The Spring issue of Third Wednesday

…is on its way to the printer.

Over a hundred pages of poetry, fiction and visual art.

  • XII2Spring2019 Winning poems from Third Wednesday’s annual poetry contest judged by Robert Fanning
  • Special feature of student poems from Central Michigan University
  • Poetry from The InsideOut Literary Arts Project
  • New poems from, Dan Gerber, Hedy Habra, Ted Kooser, Marge Piercy, Cynthia Ventresca, Guinotte Wise, Jack Ridl, Leslie Schultz, Mark Madigan & Many Others

 

 

Special Soap

Bellingham, Washington is a hotbed of poetry judging by the quality of the submissions Third Wednesday receives from there.  We almost always find something worthy of publication.  This one, by Sarah Murphy-Kangas, is a prime example.  It’s Third Wednesday’s poem of the week.

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I Have No Thoughts of Cosmological Matters – Our Poem of the Week

This week’s poem is a Triolet from M. B. Powell, a Washington poet who has three tiolets in the winter issue of Third Wednesday.  The poet’s chapbook, Lovers, Mothers, Killers, Others is published by Finishing Line Press2013.
tri·o·let
/ˈtrēələt/
noun
A poem of eight lines, rhyming abaaabab and so structured that the first line recurs as the fourth and seventh and the second as the eighth.

Photo credit:  NASA Hubble Telescope
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