October’s Corridor

Keep your eyes out for October’s Corridor poetry zine.
NEW contributors, new art, left at new locations!

“The Eternal Flame of Creativity” is this month’s cover
designed by Kathleen McKeever

Vol. 7 Contributors
All poems and art used with permission

NIGHT HUNT
LIGHT BOUND
Direct inquiries regarding the poetry book “Lightbound”
to urbancauldron@yahoo.com
Kathleen McKeever

MIRROR, MIRROR OFF THE WALL
Duncan Shields

FROM A WORD
J.I. Kleinberg

INTERSTATE JOURNEY
Elizabeth Jane Pryce

THE GREAT DANE
Tyson Higel

YESTERDAYS
Becca Lind

MY
Lúthien Tamminga

THE ENCOUNTER
C.J. Prince

ARROYO CREEK
Shannon Laws

BIOS BIOS BIOS

Kathleen A. McKeever Poet, artist, and creator of the Urban Cauldron Tarot Deck. Kathleen’s volumes of poetry “Cloudlight”, published in 2018, and “Body/Today” published in 2020 are available by contacting her via urbancauldron@yahoo.com

An artist, poet, and freelance writer, J.I. Kleinberg lives in Bellingham, Washington, USA, and is on Instagram @jikleinberg. Her visual poems have been published in print and online journals worldwide.

Elizabeth Jane Pryce was born in England but raised in the
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.

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. 

Rebecca Lind is a healthcare worker with a love for the written word. She spends her free time reading, writing, and listening to music.

Lúthien Tamminga shares, “I write because I love to think. Writing is how I keep in touch with my soul and sit with my emotions. It’s like therapy, and I hope reading this poem made you feel safe, like writing it did for me.” 

C.J. Prince, Poet, author of “Mother, May I?”, and co-author of “Catching My Breath”.  Prince is published in many anthologies and journals and received the Distinguished Poets Award from the Writers International Network, Vancouver, Canada.  Her newest book “Pandamndemic” will be published in 2022.