Meridian, noun. 1.) A great circle on the Earth, passing from north to south, used to designate connection and continuity. 2.) Any of the pathways which energy flows through the human body.
Housed in Northeast Alabama, this independent journal’s mission is to bring together multiple academic fields and non-traditional voices in a place of sustained reflection and debate.
The North Meridian Review is an interdisciplinary journal of scholarship, culture, and the arts. Each issue is comprised of four broad sections. 1.) Peer reviewed scholarship in the fields of history, social sciences, and the humanities. 2.) Prose. 3.) Poetry. 4.) Book reviews.The North Meridian Review.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 (2023)
North Meridian Review Staff
Introduction: A Time of Reflective Survival
Wesley R. Bishop
Memories in Translation, Part 2: Herta Gerber Testimonial and the Italian Holocaust
Valentina Concu and Wesley R. Bishop
Migrations: On Breaking Isolation and the Trauma of the Familiar in a Pandemic
Daniel A. Lockhart
The Power of Theatre in the Time of an American Nero
A Long Time from Burdick Street
Of Ratner’s Born
Radio at Night
Wm. Anthony Connolly
Life, When It’s All Ruin
Ricardo Quintana Vallejo
His new moustache
Far and Near
A Gross Anachronism
Steven Luria Ablon
On the Day the Pandemic Was Declared
Long Division in The Time of Quarantine
exit the immune system
Until We Hug Again
Stuck At Home
Intensive Care Unit Blues
Digging for Lost Temples
Papa: “The Awaited Guests Arrive” and Other Poems
Jess Montgomery. The Stills. New York: Minotaur Books, 2021.
Betty J. Bruther
Where We Stand, written by Donnetta Lavinia Grays, directed by Dwandra Nickole Lampkin, Summit Theatre Performance, May 22, 2021.
Susan Abulhawa. Against the Loveless World: A Novel. New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc., 2020.
Clint Jones. Stranger, Creature, Thing, Other: Monstruous Reflections on Our Ecostential Crisis. Stevens Point, Wisconsin: Cornerstone Press, 2019.
John William Nelson
Nicholas Newman, The Political Works of Remigius Dei Girolami. Belleville, IL: St. Dominic’s Media, 2018.
Samuel C. C. Bunch