Meg E. Griffitts (she/they) is a writer, educator, and author of Hallucinating a Homestead, which won the 2020 Two Sylvias Press Chapbook Prize. They live in Portland on Grand Ronde land where they tend to their garden. Her work has appeared in The Missouri Review, Black Warrior Review, pioneertown, and many others. Her work has appeared in The Missouri Review, Homology Lit,Black Warrior Review, andothers. Her poem “When the Doctor Doesn’t Believe Your Pain” was a finalist in Inverted Syntax’s 2020 Sublingua Contest chosen by Dr. Khadijah Queen. She lives in Portland with her partner and many animals on Cowlitz Land.
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