91st Meridian's New Issue Online


A new issue of 91st Meridian, the International Writing Program's on-line journal, has been released. In the “creativity portfolio” that opens the new issue, Kiran Nagarkar makes a case for Shiva’s Blue Throat as a writer’s most important organ. Kei Miller wonders whether being sit-down poet is better than being the stand-up kind. Polina Kopylova introduces the Lito, Russia’s literary greenhouses for growing new crops of poets, equivalents of the American creative writing workshop.

Also in this issue -- fragments from novels by Ameena Hussein and Mazen Saadeh as well as two intimate pieces by the Korean poet Gyeongee Kim.

Read 91st Meridian Issue 6.2 here.