We did it! Over 27 poets, 5 artists, +400 copies of the 10-paged zines printed and distributed over 13 months from Poetry Month 2022 to Poetry Month 2023! This month marks the final zine in this fun project. Over the next few weeks, I will share four of my favorite poems submitted to Corridor and submitted artwork as a remembrance of the year’s moments.
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February’s Corridor Blushes
Corridor, Vol. 11 went out to subscribers over the weekend, comments are making us blush a bit…
Corridor Gives Voice to NW Poets
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,Continue reading “Corridor Gives Voice to NW Poets”
Keep your eyes out for October’s Corridor poetry zine. NEW contributors, new art, left at new locations! Vol. 7 ContributorsAll poems and art used with permission NIGHT HUNTLIGHT BOUNDDirect inquiries regarding the poetry book “Lightbound”to firstname.lastname@example.orgKathleen McKeever MIRROR, MIRROR OFF THE WALLDuncan Shields FROM A WORDJ.I. Kleinberg INTERSTATE JOURNEYElizabeth Jane Pryce THE GREAT DANETyson HigelContinue reading “October’s Corridor”
Corridor Vol 5
This month one of our regular artists and poets, Kathleen McKeever, asked to run the circuit, dropping the zines off at her favorite places around town. It is fun to seek a few onto the newspaper rack at cafes and coffee shops, I don’t blame her. August, Volume 5 will be in & around town this weekend. Keep your eyes out for copies!
“Corridor” Zine Needs You!
I have a simple vision. A 12-page, 5×7, staple bound, free zine sitting there, waiting to be discovered. It is casual, it is no drama, it is free and it says “I love you, you got this.” You have coffee together and it follows you home. You become best friends.
Poetry Club Talks…Sylvia Plath Pt1
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-svhn7-118d091 Topic: Sylvia Plath Pt1 Host: Mike Poem: “Mad Girl’s Love Song” and “Ella Mason and Her Eleven Cats” Recorded: January 20, 2022 Sylvia Plath Poems This week Poetry Club takes on the work and life of Sylvia Plath, an American poet (October 27, 1932 – February 11, 1963). Poetry Club looks past her “sad girl” personaContinue reading “Poetry Club Talks…Sylvia Plath Pt1”
Poetry Club Talks…Seamus Heaney Pt1
Ron hosts the discussion of one of his favorite poets, Seamus Heaney. Seamus Justin Heaney, born April 1939 – died August 30, 2013, was an Irish poet, playwright, and translator. He received the 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature. We look at the created word pictures and word choice, share about the life and awards of this famous poet.
Poetry Club Talks…Love Poems, Frost and Pastan
Ron hosts this stimulating discussion seeking the answer of what constitutes a love poem. The group considers three unlikely, not typical love poems by Robert Frost and Linda Pastan. What elements tell the reader they are about love or expressing love?
Poetry Club Talks…Jane Hirshfield
Touching on these topics, we select three of our favorite poems of Jane’s to discuss. Join us for an exciting look into the poetry of Jane Hirshfield.