About the Book
A collection of poems that embrace the love for family, friends, and the flavor of the Pacific Northwest. An introspective work to which all can relate.
Korliss Sewer creates off-beat poetry and short stories through observation of the ordinary, everyday, hum-drum-type lives of ordinary, everyday, hum-drum-type people. She is usually buried under a pile of torn paper from notes hastily jotted on the backs of grocery lists. She uses writing and photography as her form of artistic expression. “Beneath The Pages,” “Uniquely Feline,” and "rainy day writers club" are three of her collections of poetry and photography. She has selected poems featured in The Sheltered Poet, The Orange Room Review, Gutter Eloquence, Guerilla Pamphlets, The Blinking Cursor, Plebian Rag, Chantarelle's Notebook, Subtle Tea, amongst others. Photography credits include: Diverse Voices Quarterly, Pequin, The Storyteller, and Subliminal Interiors. She is an English Literature graduate from the University of Washington.