The March edition of Corridor is out and about. Please keep your eyes out for it around town. It’s a little 5×7 10-page zine, sitting there, wanting to wish you a good day. One more zine to go and the project will end. Poetry Month 2022 to Poetry Month 2023. “Moss” is a sample ofContinue reading “March Corridor”
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THIS The exhale of a horse steams up the imagination, relieves the tension in my shoulders as Atlas sets the earth down for dinner. The night is young and there is mischief afoot The busy-squeak of a mouse shuffles the bush climbs down into the trails under blackberry roots, —an intelligence plays here The mole,Continue reading “Poem: THIS”
February’s Corridor Blushes
Corridor, Vol. 11 went out to subscribers over the weekend, comments are making us blush a bit…
January Corridor – Final Stretch
WHAT A YEAR! The 10th volume of Corridor is going out this weekend. This is 10 of 13 total volumes. We are in the final stretch of this collaborated found art project. Poem and art submissions are always welcomed.
Corridor for December
The magical December volume of the poetry zine Corridor will be out next weekend. On the cover is a picture aligned with the old saying “visualize world peace”. Found art is hope incarnated. It hopes that whoever finds it will be slightly better, their vector adjusted perhaps by one degree towards “Better.” Whatever “better” isContinue reading “Corridor for December”
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 email@example.comKathleen McKeever MIRROR, MIRROR OFF THE WALLDuncan Shields FROM A WORDJ.I. Kleinberg INTERSTATE JOURNEYElizabeth Jane Pryce THE GREAT DANETyson HigelContinue reading “October’s Corridor”
Feeling the urge to contribute a poem? Contact me via this website or email poems directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ten poems are in each volume. This is a limited edition FREE zine, found in random local stores around Whatcom County.
This month’s contributors are pretty dang impressive.
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.