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About

THIRD WEDNESDAY provides yet another outlet for experienced writers and artists to see their work in print. The primary impetus for this endeavor is to distribute to you the poetic voices that strike us most deeply. In deciding to expand the publication to include short fiction and artwork, we hope to serve and court a broader range of contributors and to more comprehensively supply the imaginative cravings of the hungry public.
FICTION: The rules of fiction apply to this genre, but brevity is of the essence, A beginning, middle, and resolution of conflict outweigh character development.
POETRY: All types of poetry are welcome, from formal to experimental. Emphasis is placed on the ideas conveyed, craft and language, beauty of expression, and the picture that extends beyond the frame of the poem. Length is open. Quality is paramount. TW uses some longer poems.

Third WednesdayUnited States
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Genres, Styles & Subjects

GGeneral 
 Styles:Experimental, Literary.
 Poetry Forms:Open to all/most Forms, including: Experimental poetry, Formal verse, Long poetry.
 Subjects:Open to all/most Subjects.

Types & Lengths

PPoemno line limits known
SShort Story1000 - 1500 words

Media & Publication Frequency

PPrint PublicationPublished 4 x per year

Payscale

We do not list pay specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
FShort fictionT Token payment (under 1 US cent per word).
PPoetryT Token payment (under US$5 per poem).

Submission Types

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  Electronic SubsPostal SubsReprintsMultiple SubsSimultaneous Subs
FFiction OK No No OK OK
PPoetry OK No No OK OK

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Dates

Date Added:
26 Jun 2007
Last Updated:
09 Apr 2013
Last Checked:
14 Apr 2014