Meg Tuite’s writing has appeared in over 300 journals including Berkeley Fiction Review, Epiphany, Superstition Review, JMWW, One, the Journal, Prick of the Spindle, Monkeybicycle and Boston Literary Magazine and many anthologies. She has been nominated nine times for the Pushcart Prize and has been a finalist four times in the Glimmer Train short story writer’s contest.
She is author of Domestic Apparition (2011) San Francisco Bay Press, Disparate Pathos (2012 Monkey Puzzle Press), Reverberations (2012 Deadly Chaps Press), Bound By Blue (2013 Sententia Books), Her Skin is a Costume (2013 Red Bird Chapbooks), Grace Notes (2015 Unknown Press) and Lined Up Like Scars (2015 Flash International: The Short-Short Fiction Press, University of Chester, UK). She won the Twin Antlers Collaborative Poetry Award from Artistically Declined Press for her poetry collection, Bare Bulbs Swinging, (2014), written with Heather Fowler and Michelle Reale. She teaches at the Santa Fe Community College, and is a columnist at Connotation Press and JMWW. She lives in Santa Fe with her husband and menagerie of animals.
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