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Megan Wildhood is an empathic, neurodiverse lady writer, MSW student, and social transformation advocate in Seattle who helps her readers feel genuinely seen as they interact with her dispatches from the junction of extractive economics, mental and emotional distress, disability and reparative justice, as well as her e-list, where she offers bi-monthly meditations for people who hate meditating and resources for socially and economically marginalized folks. She hopes you will find yourself in her words as they appear in her poetry chapbook Long Division (Finishing Line Press, 2017) as well as an excerpt of her novel manuscript, The Atlantic, Yes! Magazine, Mad in America, The Sun.

Megan is a contributing author to the House of Zolo’s Journal of Speculative Literature – Volume 2  with the short story “The Person Next to You Should Hear You Breathing.”