"One need not be a Chamber — to be Haunted —
One need not be a House —
The Brain has Corridors ..."
CORRIDORS Magazine is an online literary magazine dedicated to showcasing the voices of students across the country who struggle with mental health issues.
The magazine was started to create a space for young people with mental illnesses to express themselves through art and creative writing, building a community of students that support one another. We also publish nonfiction articles to educate our readers on individual topics facing the mental health community on college campuses. Our hope is that CORRIDORS comforts you, educates you, and makes you feel a little less alone in this world.
If you'd like to work with the CORRIDORS staff, send an email to email@example.com.
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FOUNDER / EDITOR-IN-CHIEF / POETRY CO-EDITOR // Myles Taylor
Myles Taylor is a poet, host, organizer, and glitter enthusiast. Their work can be found in Crab Fat Magazine, Beech Street Review, SlamFind, voicemail poems, and at poetry slams around the Northeast. They represented Emerson at CUPSI for three consecutive years and represented the Boston Poetry Slam at NPS 2017. Myles is terrified of everything, which is why they made this magazine. They would love to talk to you about being terrified of everything, good coffee, punk rock, slam strategy, or this magazine, so Twitter @mylesdoespoems.
MANAGING EDITOR / POETRY CO-EDITOR // Bradley Trumpfheller
Brad Trumpfheller is a writer & bookseller from the South. Their work has appeared in The Nation, West Branch, DIAGRAM, Colorado Review, and elsewhere. With Nabila Lovelace, they co-edit Divedapper. They live in Boston.
FICTION EDITOR / WEB DIRECTOR // Lauren Lopez
Lauren Lopez was probably absent the day they taught the meaning of the word “no” in school. They’re a Writing, Literature, and Publishing major who got their start making construction paper picture books about a dog but abandoned that dream somewhere between learning they couldn’t draw and discovering the Internet. They spend most of their spare time making greeting cards, yelling about the gays, or cursing about baseball.
SOCIAL MEDIA & GRAPHICS DIRECTOR // Lip Manegio
Lip Manegio is a queer, trans nonbinary artist & poet currently based in Boston, where they're working towards a BFA in creative writing at Emerson College. Their work has appeared in or is forthcoming from the minnesota review, Crab Fat Magazine, Flypaper Magazine, Freezeray Poetry, & elsewhere. Please follow them on Twitter @folkpunx, they have BPD and thrive off the attention.
Staff emeritus from past issues
DIGITAL & WEB DIRECTOR / LOGO CREATOR // Alex Winzenread
Alex Winzenread does things on computers. Sometimes those things involve experimental fiction and the search for connection in an age where everything is connected. Sometimes those things are about colors, fonts, layout, and content, and making them all better. But whatever the things that Alex does may be, they're always on computers, because there's nothing more terrifying than living in the real world.
FICTION EDITOR // Sahil Patel
Sahil is a student at Emerson College pursuing a double-major in Writing, Literature, & Publishing and Ultimate Frisbee with a double-minor in Sociology and Global & Post-Colonial Studies. Proud to be a member of CORRIDORS Magazine, he gets paid under the table to avoid being taxed by a broken system.
COPY EDITOR // Joey Teodosio
Joey Teodosio is a Writing, Literature, and Publishing Major at Emerson College, focusing on Drama and Literature and minoring in History. He enjoys reading cookbooks as if they're novels, theoretically writing plays, and learning about things that go bump in the night. If you hear someone singing Threepenny Opera off-key in the streets of Boston, that's him. If you'd like to discuss monsters, theatre, mythology, or any other topic you can find him here.
NONFICTION EDITOR // Allison Hagan
Growing up in New York City, Allison Hagan has always had a passion for creativity and knowledge, influenced by the hustle and bustle of the big city. As an undergraduate journalism student at Emerson College, she continues to fall in love with storytelling. In addition to reporting, she is passionate about self-expression and creativity, expressing her personality through her writing, her social media brand, and her hair. Follow her here.
SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR // Maya Kaczor
Maya Kaczor is a Writing, Literature & Publishing major at Emerson College with a double minor in Marketing Communications and Digital Media & Culture. She can usually be found hiding in her bed, making a mean baked ziti, or lamenting how little she has practiced the clarinet recently. She always has snacks by her side and would love to talk to you about superheroes, bad puns, or the last concert she went to over a bag of crunchy Cheetos.