Month: September 2019

Review: Lynn Martin’s Shiver

Review: Lynn Martin’s Shiver by Lindsay Hill   …where not a mile down the road runs a river—clear and clean called ‘Rockfish.’ Or, simply, the river. Or even more simply, home.   In his introduction to Matsuo Basho’s Narrow Road to the Interior, translator Sam Hamill shares a telling anecdote from the poet’s life. When one of Basho’s acolytes lavishly… Read more →

Announcing the MERIDIAN SHORT PROSE PRIZE

  The Winner of the Meridian Short Prose Prize will receive $250.00 and publication. Two Runners-Up will also be published in our print magazine, and all submissions will be considered for publication. Anything goes! Send us your hybrid bits, lyric essaylets, prose poems, flash fiction, microessays, short-short-stories…whatever you call it, we want to read your vibrant, electric words. We will… Read more →