Meridian Writers in Issue 35 of Passages North

The latest issue of Passages North is a hefty one, and it includes work from quite a few former Meridian writers within its brick-like body. It features a nonfiction piece by Monica Berlin entitled “Still, Rivers,” which you can read in full online. Our most recent issue, Meridian 32, ends with a poem written by Monica Berlin in collaboration with … More Meridian Writers in Issue 35 of Passages North

Birdfeast 9

Birdfeast, a beautiful online magazine of poetry that released its first issue in 2012, recently posted its ninth, which includes work from three Meridian poets! Jane Wong, who won our 2013 Editors’ Prize Contest Winner for her crown of sonnets “Crown of Light,” has a poem called “Thaw” appearing . Her language is always so lovely and spare. … More Birdfeast 9

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

Poetry by Lisa Russ Spaar and Angelo Nikolopoulos in TriQuarterly

The luminous Lisa Russ Spaar, a past Meridian contributor & UVA poetry professor extraordinaire, has a new poem in the most recent issue of TriQuarterly. Her poem is titled  “Undressing Myself at the End of Autumn,” and it begins thusly: “Cold makes a candelabra of my lungs / at the opened window, blue on blue / … More Poetry by Lisa Russ Spaar and Angelo Nikolopoulos in TriQuarterly