Holy Smokes! Thank you Village Books, one of Whatcom County’s best independent bookstores, for advertising Corridor in your e-weekly reader last week! Two new poets donated poems this month.
Attention Poets! Corridor is accepting monthly submissions. The deadline is the 5th of each month. Corridor is a limited edition zine that can only be found in local shops around town. Found art connects with strangers in intimate ways.https://www.villagebooks.com/
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.
Vol. 6 Contributors
All poems and art used with permission
YOU SEE A TREE SPRING INTO FOREST
HUMAN — NATURE
Medium: found-word collage, Info: Instagram @jikleinberg
THE MOVING OUT
is the title poem of my seventh poetry collection
published by Salmon Poetry.
BIOS BIOS BIOS
Lynn Geri is a poet whose words grasp at air, in her wayfaring rise from salty earth. She prefers to grapple ethereal fir in her published works; several journals, anthologies, and books: Mother, Ankhs and Roses, I Submit.
Linda Conroy likes to write about the complexity of the behaviors that make us human, and influence our connection with the natural world, especially in these times of change. She is the author of Ordinary Signs, a poetry collection. Her second collection, Familiar Sky, will be out shortly. She lives in Bellingham.
An artist, poet, and freelance writer, J.I. Kleinberg lives in Bellingham, Washington, USA, and on Instagram @jikleinberg. Her visual poems have been published in print and online journals worldwide.
John Morgan has published seven books of poetry and a collection of essays. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, The American Poetry Review, The New Republic, and many other magazines. He divides his time between Fairbanks, Alaska and Bellingham. For more information visit www.johnmorganpoet.com
Kathleen A. McKeever Poet, artist, 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 email@example.com
Shannon Laws, Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat