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Scifaiku: Wendy Van Camp Published in Far Horizons Magazine

Far Horizons Cover february-2018

 

Far Horizons Magazine publishes my (4) poem scifaiku poetry series “Energy of Mars” in their 2018 February Issue. The magazine features science fiction, fantasy and horror stories and poetry and is free to read online. This issue is in cooperation with the small press: Grimbold Books. Come check it out!
https://farhorizonsmagazine.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/far-horizons-february2018-issue.pdf

Scifaiku: Geomagnetic Reversal

Geomagnectic Reversal (blog)

 

Geomagnetic Reversal
when north becomes south
protective shroud fails humanity
compass spins

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem inspired by the current trend of the weakening of the magnetic north.  Science postulates that the Earth’s poles might flip, as it has done in past ancient eras.

Poem first published: Far Horizons Magazine, July 2017

Scifaiku: Genes

Scifaiku - Genes

Genes

gene for traveling
popping among my time stream
trapped in the family tree

*poem first published in Far Horizons Magazine – October 2015

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem is inspired by a famous time-travel story of science fiction literature.

Scifaiku – Butterfly Effect

Scifaiku - Butterfly Effect

Butterfly Effect

stalking a T-Rex
hunter steps on butterfly
past shifts future forward

*poem published in Far Horizons Magazine – August 2015

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem is inspired from a famous time-travel story of science fiction literature.

Scifaiku – Harvest

Scifaiku: Harvest

Harvest

it is in the bag
rare earth metal treasure
asteroid harvest

*poem published in Far Horizons Magazine – June 2015

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem is based off the idea of mining the asteroids. It is said that the asteroid of the future will be surrounded by a bag, blasted and then the remains scooped up and harvested for rare metals. It is science fiction now, but in the near future it will be science fact.