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The Wax Poetry and Art Network comprises dozens of international publications that publish poetry, photography, visual art, and fiction. Scroll down to see the most recent publications.

Wax Poetry and Art Day
Wax Poetry and Art Day happens three times every year, on January 15th, May 15th, and September 15th.
– New work is published.
– A new submission period begins. Submissions close January 14h, May 14th, and September 14th.

Published, edited, and designed by Kirk Ramdath in Sooke, British Columbia, Canada, on the traditional and unceded territory of the T'Sou-ke and Scia'new First Nations.

Visit the Wax Poetry and Art Library to view collections, magazines, and online books that you can read for free, now and always.

Visit the Wax Poetry and Art Submissions page to view current opportunites.

Newest Publications

Poetry World #7 – September 2023
In the image, large letters state, 'Poetry World #7'. A feminine figure in a yellow jacket and a white canvas backpack faces away from the viewer toward a mountain.
		She stands on a wooden bridge, the water extends behind her and toward the mountain in front of her.
		The wooden bridge extends horizontally across the image.
		There is a reflection of the bridge and the figures standing on it.

Wax Poetry and Art Magazine #2 – September 2023
Image shows a large, mounted driftwood sculpture of a whale, composed of darker coloured driftwood for the body and lighter coloured driftwood for the whale's belly.
		The sculpture is adjacent to a pathway and overlooks the ocean.

Phoenix Photo Fiction – September 2023
Image shows two outstretched palms presenting a raw fish.
		The fish has a pinkish hue, and bits of cilantro stick out from under the fish.
		In the background, a scene like out of a fish market.
		The hands are holding the fish over a crushed ice display with fresh seafood.
		Surrounding the hands holding the fish are more of the same type of raw fish, a brown crab, the bound claws of a live lobster, and a pild of pink prawns.

Poetry World #6 – May 2023
Image text reads, 'Poetry World #6; May 23; waxpoetryart.com; Wax Poetry and Art logo; Photo by Armando Oliveira;
	Image is of a bight sunny day, a blue bike stands in a lavender field, giving the feeling of spring and summer adventure.

Wax Poetry and Art Magazine #1 – May 2023
Image text reads, Wax Poetry and Art Magazine, #1, waxpoetart.com, Photo by Clarissa Cervantes.
	The photo is composed of calm ocean making up the bottom half of the image.
	There are no waves but undulation can be seen toward the bottom left of the photo.
	A long pier about halfway, vertically.
	The pier extends from the left side of the photo until almost all the way to the right side.
	The his a sloping hill in the background behind the pier.
	The hill is sloping upward from the left to the right.
	The the right side of the photo, the glare of the sun setting behind the hill is bright.
	There is a golden hue over everything.
	Looking more closely at the pier, the silhouette of persons fishing can be seen.

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