Meet Meg Tuite
Author of numerous books (like White Van) and stories in print and online journals (like “Criminal” at Heavy Feather Review); writing instructor at Bending Genres; Meg lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
About Meg’s Writing
“Gorgeously brutal, jaggedly mattering, Meg Tuite’s incantations crackle with the clarities of a true visionary.”
—Garielle Lutz, author of Worsted
“With strikingly original language and scenarios, Meg Tuite mines her characters for brave truths both personal and universal. In stories elegantly alive, she explores that uneven terrain we all travel – through life and with each other – where so much is at stake.” —ROBERT SCOTELLARO
“Meg Tuite’s stories are intense, blinking rooms with mirrored windows and revolving doors. We wear her characters’ scars, and we are haunted by their thoughts. It would all seem terrible if we weren’t so intoxicated by Tuite’s voice, its inviting, fragrant nectar; she writes requiems for fever dreams.” —JEN MICHALSKI
Author of Numerous Books
Her publications include collections of poetry, flash fiction, and short stories, as well as collaborations with other writers and artists. Find a detailed list in the “Meg’s Books” menu, above!
Publisher of Exquisite Duet
Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off by the same first sentence. Meg Tuite chooses two writers each month and gives them a first sentence to start with and a 250-word limit to finish an exquisitely mesmerizing story or poem. These duet-dueling writers will craft two completely different cosmos that have rotated, pitched, and blasted from the depths of their cerebral cortex to the twitching nerve endings of their digits onto dueling keyboards and separate screens until their sublime duet is prepared to see the light of an audience.
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