The November edition of Corridor zine is out this week. Look for it at coffee shops, bookstores, and local businesses.
When I placed some at Village Books on Friday, I noticed all of the extra copies dropped off two weeks ago was gone. I hope those zines are out in the world being read, shared, and doing what found art does, touch hearts and minds.
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Tyson Higel is a nursing student at Whatcom Community
College, and living in Bellingham, WA. If he’s not with pa-
tients or studying his coursework, he is, almost certainly,
working on his poems and short stories.
Elizabeth Jane Pryce was born in England but raised in the
Caribbean until she was fourteen years when she returned to
England. She survived the emotional turmoil of cultural
changes, a new family, marriage, and three children, before
moving to Bellingham. Jane has lived in the same house for
thirty years, is a memoirist, a poet, and a landscaper.
Ashok K. Bhargava: Art award-winning multilingual poet; The
founder and president of the Writers International Network
Canada (WIN Canada); Community activist; public speaker;
Former president of Literary Society of BC; Author of six
poetry books and many poetry anthologies.
Linda Conroy likes to write about the complexity of the
behaviors that make us human and influence our connection
with the natural world, especially in these times of change.
She is the author of Ordinary Signs, a poetry collection. Her
second collection, Familiar Sky, will be out shortly. She
lives in Bellingham.
Kaori Brown lives in Fairhaven. She is a retired Teacher. She
enjoys art journaling and writing poems to go with some of
Kathleen A. McKeever lives in Sunnyland among a community of
young families collaborating to create the world we desire
for future generations. Poet, artist, and creator of the Urban
Cauldron Tarot Deck.