Corridor, Vol. 11 went out to subscribers over the weekend, comments are making us blush a bit…
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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” 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.
Sleep It Off
Mr Walker points out that sleep is a “reset” for the brain & body. I love sleeping and napping. These are my favorite forms of meditation. Since 2019 I’ve put on some extra pounds and my sleeping has been interrupted by um…being fat. The mid-section fat, often accumulated during mid-life, and/or for women during perimenopause, has become my personal nemesis. Mr. Walker says there is proof lack of sleep is the gateway to EVERY DISEASE—that’s all, just every frickin’ disease.
Thank you Cirque Journal
Reviewing my submissions and acceptances for 2020 tonight and holy moly I forgot about a publication in the 20th issue of Cirque Journal! Such a beautiful PNW Rim magazine. CLICK HERE–> Cirque, Vol. 10 No. 2, page 74, Published on Apr 11, 2020A literary journal for the North Pacific Rim Cirque brings together the finestContinue reading “Thank you Cirque Journal”