Megan Vered is an essayist and literary hostess whose first-person writing focuses on family, friendship, faith, and the fantasia of her youth. Her essays and interviews have been published in Brevity, Entropy, The Rumpus, and The Coachella Review, and are forthcoming in The Maine Review and The Los Angeles Review of Books. Megan holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She lives with her husband and her West Highland White Terrier in Marin County, where she leads local and international writing workshops and serves on the board of Heyday Books and the UC Berkeley Library. Her memoir about how we find faith during times of loss is currently being shopped for publication.
From Artifice to Authenticity: A Conversation with Gina Frangello
Gina Frangello discusses her new hold-nothing-back memoir, “Blow Your House Down.”...