Wax Poetry and Art Magazine #3


Title image shows the Sheringham Lighthouse on Vancouver Island. The lighthouse tower is painted white.
	The lantern section at the top is painted red.
	The lighthouse sits atop a rocky outcrop overlooking calm water.
	In the distance, a blue mountain range forms a horizon line over the water.

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Published January 15th, 2024

Wax Poetry and Art Magazine #3

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.

New issues are published three times per year on Wax Poetry and Art Day: January 15th, May 15th, and September 15th.

Click the titles to read poems and view images.

Poetry Contest #18 – First Place
Church Bells
by Chen Ruizhe

Featured Poet Contest #3 – First Place
Functional Seizures and Other Poems
by Beth Greenwood
(United Kingdom)

Socially Engaged Poetry Contest #8 – First Place
Ode to Home Leavers
by Goodwell Kaipa

Under 25 Poetry Contest #5 – First Place
The Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902): A Chronicle of America
by Julia Ongking

Poetry Contest #18 – Second Place
Remain True to the Earth
by Nutmeg Hill
(South Africa)

Visual Art and Photography Contest #3 – First Place
Three Photos
by Chen Ruizhe
Photo is uncaptioned.
		Image shows a performer dressed in elaborate and vibrant cultural garments.
		The garments are a mixture of red, white, light blue, and yellow.
		The performer wears an elaborate headress with her arms raised as if dancing.

Visual Art and Photography Contest #3 – Second Place
Hazy Trees and Other Paintings
by Elizabeth Jong
Image shows a painting with dark brown and green rolling hills in the foreground.
		In the background, a row of trees is visible, barely, obscured by a pinkish haze.

Read the previous issues:
Wax Mag #1
Wax Mag #2

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