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Review: Wilder by Claire Wahmanholm

Wilder by Claire Wahmanholm is a rare prophetic glimpse into a future haunted by the now. An alchemist of language, Wahmanholm’s first full-length book since her award-winning chapbook, Night Vision, is a revelry far beyond what I believed imagination could conjure. She gives us a complete stranger of a world, a planet ruled by its own profound logic of consistency… Read more →

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Meridian Contributor Spotlight – Summer 2016

Meridian contributors are a hardworking and talented bunch. Here’s a rundown of the latest news about our contributors. If we’ve missed anything (it’s tough to keep up with such overachieving writers, you know), please let us know. We’d be happy to edit this post to include anything we may have overlooked. Wendy Rawlings (Meridian 36) has an essay in the latest… Read more →