Thank you to everyone who entered the 2013 Meridian Editors’ Prize contest. We received a high number of quality submissions and appreciated the opportunity to read wonderful work from poets and fiction writers. Congratulations to our winners:
POETRY: Jane Wong, “Crown of Light”
FICTION: David Busis, “The Balcony”
Both winners will receive a $1000 prize, and their pieces [...]
Issue 30 has arrived and been mailed out to our subscribers!
Contributors include Rumaan Alam, Cara Bayles, Shiloh Booker, Adam Day, Keith Ekiss, Vincent Guerra, Emily Koon, David Kutz-Marks, David Roderick, Anne Marie Rooney, Erika Seay, Travis Smith, Jennifer K. Sweeney, and David Wojciechowski, featuring an interview with Victor Lavalle.
Issue 27 has arrived!
Editors’ Prize Winners J. Kevin Shushtari and Nadine Sabra Meyer
Interviews with Ann Beattie and Sandra Beasley
and poetry and prose from new and past contributors.
Thank you to everyone who entered the contest. It was another great year for poetry and fiction. We enjoyed reading your work!
WINNER: Nadine Sabra Meyer, “Shelley on His Funeral Pyre”
WINNER: J. Kevin Shushtari, “Illegal Dreams”
Both winners will receive a $1,000 prize, and their pieces will be published in our May 2011 issue.
Issue 26 is here! We will be celebrating its arrival at The Bridge PAI in Charlottesville, VA on February 12, 2011 8-10 pm. Join us for music, food, and copies of the issue for sale. The event is free and open to the public.
Issue 25 is here, featuring our 2010 Editors’ Prize Winners and an interview with poet Temple Cone, in addition to some excellent (and gutsy) new fiction and poetry. We hope you’ll order the issue or consider a subscription.
In addition, our new editors have been selected for next year. Hannah Holtzman will take over as Editor [...]
Due to a large backlog, Meridian is now closed to fiction submissions through our online submission system, at least through July. We’ll update you as soon as that changes.
We will continue to accept poetry submissions through ManuscriptHub.
(As a reminder, we can’t accept paper submissions of any kind between April 15 and September 15.)
Thank you to everyone who entered the contest. It was a strong year for poetry and fiction. We hope you’ll submit again in the fall.
WINNER: Josephine Yu, “Why the Lepidopterist Lives Alone”
WINNER: Allis Hammond, “The Faces”
Both winners will receive a $1,000 prize, and their pieces will be published in our May 2010 issue.
The launch of the newest issue of Meridian will be feted with a reading during which contributors from across the nation will converge at the Bridge PAI for an evening of poetry, fiction, a dramatic interpretation of a creative non-fiction by Lisa K. Buchanan and previously unpublished poems by Breece D’J Pancake.
The slate of readers [...]
Well, we had a really nice week with Claire Messud. She was our 2009 Rea Visiting Writer in Fiction and gave a craft talk, held individual conferences with our fiction students, and gave a public reading. Here’s a video snippet from that reading over at the Harrison Institute/Small Special Collections Library. Her text is her [...]