Photography © Allison Goldin

Poem by Steve Klepetar


  Working by Floodlight Early sunset, and now we set about to dig a trench working by floodlight in descending chill. Amazing how quietly we work considering the grate of spades and shovels striking cold dirt, and occasional gulps of air as one after another leans back for a quick rest. Shadows bend and stretch…

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A 3TV Extra


  In last week’s Jagged Thoughts column, Jason Wright finished his series “Art, the City and the Elevator Dream.” What we have been slowly doing to each post since then is embedding videos of him reading each part at Stone Soup Poetry’s regular open mic. Though we were late, we posted video for Part Two…

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3TV Presents: Deta Galloway


    Lilly Pond Among the wild arnica among juniper and showy goldenrod among the yellowing beauty of admixture from the Red we have Magenta and a splattered set of leaves Underneath the umbrella of trees they await the urge and command of a near and new time common in the destiny of their nakedness…

Artwork © Ira Joel Haber

Poem by Clinton Siegle


  Scary how this world without safety is o Syria Sad how life nets have been messed up Sad what the world is up to these days World scary messed up What survival is there these days o Syria What peace and love are here these days Scary are these days Wild unpleasant these days…