Tag: David Chorlton
Open Air / David Chorlton
Idaho Landscape / David Chorlton
This painting by David Chorlton of Phoenix, Arizona will grace the cover of 3rd Wednesday’s spring issue – due out in a couple of weeks.
2 Poems by David Chorlton
Two Poems by David Chorlton
Unmapped Worlds / David Chorlton
Unmapped Worlds by David Chorlton
The Unmapped Worlds in this book extend from history to a way of life centered on European villages to the marginally surreal experience of our own times. The poems are previously uncollected ones enjoying their rediscovery. Whether through the visions of a medieval mystic or the routines that defined existence in a small town on the free world’s edge, David Chorlton reaches for what brought the mind to life in the course of living from day to day. The desert emerges as it appeared to early missionaries and conquerors in the Southwest and comes to bear multiple cultures today. Writing is a journey to the poet, and the work here follows some occasionally surprising side roads for Chorlton.
Available from the author, $20.00 includes postage and packaging. Checks to David Chorlton. Send address to DavidChorlton@centurylink.net
Violin / David Chorlton
Our Poem of the Week by David Chorlton will appear in the Winter issue of 3rd Wednesday.
One Minute to Midnight / David Chorlton
Here is 3rd Wednesday’s poem of the week from the Winter Issue. In his cover letter David wrote: “I’m happy to see print magazines continue in the digital age, as I prefer to hold my reading matter in my hands than to look at a screen! I write because doing so hasn’t lost its meaning to me, and because I feel I’m in good company among (most) others who write.“