Corridor, Vol. 11 went out to subscribers over the weekend, comments are making us blush a bit…
Bravo! So great to see and read the poets and artists in this most recent Corridor! Outstanding and beautifully rendered. Will be forwarding it to others!!
Excellent! And you got a Judy Kleinberg piece in there too! That’s great. Love this issue. Love the art too!
A lovely edition
Pick up a copy anytime at Village Books at the ground floor breezeway between the bookstore and the cafe. Here is what’s inside…
CRESCENT BEACH, THE WATER, THE SUN
Candice James is Poet Laureate Emerita of New Westminster BC She is the founder of the Royal City Literary Arts Society and the Fred Cogswell Award For Excellence in Poetry. She is a full member of the League of Canadian Poets. Candice is also a visual artist, musician and singer-songwriter. She has 20 books of poetry published through six publishing houses.
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.
An artist, poet, and freelance writer, J.I. Kleinberg lives in Bellingham, Washington, USA, and on Instagram @jikleinberg. Her visual poems have been published in print and online journals worldwide.
MEDITATION UPON FAKE GREENERY AT THE VANCOUVER AIRPORT
Blending music, poetry, wit, and wisdom from his tangled poetic journey, Matthew Brouwer weaves together a unique poetry experience that has been charming audiences for over a decade. He has a new chapbook The Gospel According to Matthew which you should purchase before it is buried forever by the sands of obscurity and time.
Lynn Geri is a poet whose words grasp at air, in her wayfaring rise from salty earth. She prefers to grapple ethereal fir in her published works; several journals,
anthologies, and books: Mother, Ankhs and Roses, I Submit.
SEMICIRCLE IN THE SKY
Tyson Higel is a nursing student at Whatcom Community College and lives in Bellingham, WA. If he’s not with patients or studying his coursework, he is, almost
certainly, working on his poems and short stories.
THE COURSE OF NATURE
Linda Conroy, a Bellingham resident, 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. Her two poetry collections, Ordinary Signs and Familiar Sky are available at Village Books
I KISSED A TREE
Carol McMillan, Ph.D., is a writer/painter/anthropologist whose writing is often inspired by her adventures. Most recently she took a two-week raft trip through the Grand Canyon. Her book, White Water, Red Walls, is the story of that journey. Carol’s poetry has been published in several anthologies. A 2013 recipient of the Sue C. Boynton Poetry Merit Award, Carol currently lives in Kamuela, Hawai’i, where she participates in writing groups and reads at local open mics.
WHY I CAN’T HAVE GOOD THINGS
Shannon Laws talks poetry with Poetry Club (est. 2018) youtube.com/@chickadeeproductions. Her books @Village Books