Saturday Schedule // Meridian Contributors at AWP 2014

It’s that time again, y’all: AWP is again upon us. Below you’ll find the final installement of our Meridian guide to AWP 2014, which includes a list of panels featuring past and present Meridian contributors; their names are bolded. Saturday 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm Room 602/603, Washington State Convention Center, Level 6 S177. Encouraging Emerging Poets. (Eduardo Corral,  Arda Collins, … More Saturday Schedule // Meridian Contributors at AWP 2014

Thursday Schedule // Meridian Contributors at AWP 2014

It’s that time again, y’all: AWP is again upon us. Below you’ll find our first Meridian guide to AWP 2014, which includes a list of panels featuring past and present Meridian contributors; their names are bolded. Thursday 9:00 am to 10:15 am Room 606, Washington State Convention Center, Level 6 R116. Eco-Spectacular Vision: Post-pastoral Poetics in the … More Thursday Schedule // Meridian Contributors at AWP 2014

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

Meridian Poets in Mid-American Review

Remember Claudia Cortese’s “Lucy” poems? We published “Lucy lives in a box” in Meridian 29, back in 2012, then in November, I highlighted three new “Lucy” poems appearing in Blackbird. Well, if you’re wondering what Claudia has to offer beyond little miss Lucy, check out her piece “The Red Essay” in Volume XXXIV, Number 1 of Mid-American Review. MAR categorizes “The Red Essay”–an … More Meridian Poets in Mid-American Review

Four(!) Meridian Poets in the Latest Greensboro Review

Greensboro Review No. 94 just arrived in the Meridian mailbox, and it features work by multiple Meridian poets, including a poem called “October Mud” from Doug Ramspeck, whose “Untitled Love” appeared in Meridian 29. You can (re)read “Untitled Love” on our website (“Or say we made ashes of this bed…”). Greensboro‘s pages also include the poem “Dido in Winter” by … More Four(!) Meridian Poets in the Latest Greensboro Review