Sr. Editor and Media Executive, Corrine Anne Taylor, is an aspired writer, director, and actor. Always having the passion to write, she became the editor during her senior year at Housatonic Community College (HCC) for the literary magazine, BEANFEAST,under the direction of Professor Robert Isaac. While editing for BEANFEAST, two of her pieces were published— her poem, Dying Slowly, and her short story, The Curve. Also, at HCC she contributed to the original play, Colors of the Heart, in which she both wrote and performed a monologue as well as wrote and sung a song entitled, "I Don't Want to Cry No More."
She has produced several short films including: Sound Tracks To My Mind, Desperate Measures, Family First, and her most recent documentary, Cathedral of Faith C.O.G. Celebrating 30 Years of Faith. While volunteering at Original Works, Inc. (OW), she wrote, starred, and co-directed a short poem-turned-video entitled, I Know Myself, a project that depicted her struggles with depression, and she also turned her short story, The Curve, into a screenplay, directed and produced by OW. Moreover, she played the mother in,Not So Sweet Sixteen, a short film about teenage drinking.
Corrine is working on several different personal projects in the forms of a novel, a screenplay, a sitcom, and a documentary. She believes in the Creator and holding hope for another human being until we could all stand firmly on our own and passing the hope to the next person who needs it. Furthermore, Corrine strongly believes in the direction of Longe Magazine that has been set forth by the visionary Renee Terrelonge.