Meg Cook works, writes and reads in the sprawling borough of Brooklyn. She grew up in Western Massachusetts and was raised on C.S. Lewis, Winnie-the-Pooh and big band jazz. Her first short story, “A Song for Apples”, was published in October of 2011 in The Battered Suitcase. She is currently working on her first novel.
Meg Carroll was born in the mountains of rural Pennsylvania where she had not one, but two strange and terrifying run-ins with bats. She cut her teeth on a steady diet of classic sitcoms, novels, and cheesy scifi shows. Her fiction has appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly and she currently serves at an awesome Boston nonprofit where she helps kids become, among other things, published authors, cryptozoologists, and owl pellet experts.