Contributor Roundup

Have you seen the latest 32 Poems? Meridian 26 poet Christopher Kondrich has work in the print journal, while Meridian 29 contributor Doug Ramspeck has a poem called “How Humans Came to Love”available to read online. And speaking of Doug Ramspeck, he also has a story in the Fall 2013 issue of Cottonwood. A yearly publication out of the University of Kansas, Cottonwood is … More Contributor Roundup

Christopher Kondrich’s Debut Collection and a Poem in Guernica

Former Meridian contributor Christopher Kondrich had his first poetry collection, Contrapuntal, published by Parlor Press this year, and in taking a look at the his recent output–including his work we recently highlighted in Sixth Finch—I discovered he had a rather heartbreaking poem in Guernica back in April, which you can read online. The poem is called “Cages” and the Guernica website includes … More Christopher Kondrich’s Debut Collection and a Poem in Guernica

Sixth Finch Smorgasbord of Meridian Poetry Contributors

Did you read the Summer 2013 issue of Sixth Finch? I was just taking a look at it, and that one issue includes work by three recent Meridian poets! It’s a profusion of Meridian writers, a cornucopia, a veritable smorgasbord! (Hyperbole downgrading now…) Megan Pugh, Kyle McCord, and Christopher Kondrich all have poems in the latest Sixth Finch, and you can … More Sixth Finch Smorgasbord of Meridian Poetry Contributors