Visit 3rd Wednesday Magazine’s YouTube Channel for a reading featuring Katherine Edgren.
In Ann Arbor: Nicola’s Books, Booksweet,
In Chelsea: Serendipity
In Ypsilanti: Blackstone Bookstore
Hugo was an early hero of mine. He still is. His poems are rich and thick with imagery, and they’re fun to read out loud. But he’s also a poet not afraid to journey close to the edge of sentimentality in his writing and then move away. To me, the very best poems, like this one, combine emotion with images, feeling with sensory details in a style that moves us when we read. It’s obvious that this little town, Philipsburg, triggers the poem for Hugo, but the writing takes us below the surface of the human condition, reaching toward truth.
– David James
From the Spring 2022 Issue of Peninsula Poets.
A new online magazine edited by Robert Hunter features poetry and short fiction and is now accepting no-fee submissions. The inaugural issue is now available to read for free.
“I will read and respond to submissions quickly. I’ll publish the second volume when I have received enough quality writing to fill 20 or 30 pages. Submit work of any kind to firstname.lastname@example.org.
With my whole heart,