Meg Senuta’s essay “Bad News 101” was a finalist in Fourth Genre’s Michael Steinberg Memorial Essay Contest in 2020. Excerpts from her memoir-in-progress How to View an Eclipse appeared in River Teeth’s “Beautiful Things,” and were selected as featured reading at Grub’s Street’s annual gala fundraiser. Her work was chosen for Tell-All Boston, a reading series sponsored by Grub Street’s Memoir Incubator program, of which she is a proud alum. Flash pieces appeared in 55 words and flashquake. She is a fiction reader for Solstice Literary Magazine. She has an MFA from Antioch College and a degree in textiles from Saterglantan, Insjon, Sweden.
Meg has participated in empathy training for first-year medical students, and has served as Patient Advocate for research grants at a major medical school. Her story was featured in the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation newsletter in August 2020. She texts, phones, postcards, and votes.
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