Meg is a creative writing prof at Fanshawe College (London, Ontario) and owner of Gypsy Cob Studio, a filming company that produced a feature and six short films. As a passionate novelist, Meg’s mystery novels have been published by Solstice Publishers and appear on Amazon. In development are novels, On Broken Glass, What Happened to Valentine Fay, One Summer with Adam Sandler, Brave New Gods and Threads and Dreams. When asked what inspires her, Meg says her great love of people powers her imagination forging new hybrids in print.
Meg embraces her diverse genealogy – a rich Scottish/Croatian combo that anchored her in both Western and European cultures. Meg has lived in three provinces, on two continents and by the hemlines of the Aegean, the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, the St. Law
Frankenstein, Brave New World, Harry Potter, Handmaid's Tale, Who Has Seen the Wind, Charlotte's Web, The Lord of the Rings, Anne of Green Gables, The Chronicles of Narnia, Holes, The Giver, Matilda, Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret. Of Mice and Men, Singularity, Tenderness.
The unread story is not a story; it is little black marks on wood pulp. The reader, reading it, makes it live: a live thing, a story.
– Ursula K. Le Guin