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”
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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 Vol 4 will knock you out!
CORRIDORJuly’s edition will blow your mind! Touching on topics about justice for all or some, tender relationships, and choice.
June’s “Corridor” is OUT
You can find it in local shops around Bellingham starting this week.Volume 3 featured poems FIGHTER PILOTS OF THE APOCALYPSETRICK RIDERDenise du Maurier, Washington/Minnesota, U.S. AT THE DROP OFC.J. Prince, Washington, U.S. THE VIEWGANDERYES ANDDuncan Shields, British Columbia, Canada THE MAESTRO VISITS FUKUSHIMAthreat“Body/Today”, Published 2020Kathleen McKeever, Washington, U.S. FOUR MINUS THREETHE BACK OF MY HAND“YouContinue reading “June’s “Corridor” is OUT”
Corridor Zine Seeks Poems
After two months and two editions, the zine “Corridor” is off and running! Have you found a copy yet? Here is a peek at the covers. Please send in your original poem and/or art by June 15 to be in the next volume.
“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.