Korchynski, Dianne

Dianne Korchynski considers herself fortunate to be from Winnipeg. She strongly believes that place shapes the way we experience the world. Over the years, Dianne’s work has been broadcast on the CBC, performed at the Fringe Festival, and appeared in Tushita as well as an assortment of other somewhat random publications.

CommuterLit posts:

Baby Whale, Poetry Slam

Winnipeg

Emperor Wu

Free at Last

The Tree Hung, Sawdust

One Acre/Hawaii, Counting by 10s

And When I Die Who Will Be There to Count the Rings?, Athabasca Blue

a weird March, Garbage Day Nostalgia

A Small Desperate Message

Gloss #2 on Eli Mandel’s Agatha Christie

Gloss #2 on Polaris by Gwendolyn MacEwen

Gloss on Billy Collins’ Istanbul

What’s Really on the Voters’ Minds?

Or a Mo bi us Strip

This Way Please

The Pears Rot

Glosa on Desi de Nardo’s Drenched in Your Veins

Cafard: n. melancholia [French, lit. “cockroach,” “hypocrite”

Opening Night

I Do Not Eat Pizza in Laos

Dig Deeper

Small Craft Warning

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Champagne Pond, Hawai’i

Old Birds

Inner Scaffolding

Blood on Our Hands

Under the Influence I Recall

Hunting

Fish Favour Yellow

Tar Sands, Pipeline

I’m Calling You Because

Maori by Moonlight