Meg is a creative writing prof at Fanshawe College (London, Ontario) and owner of Gypsy Cob Studio, a filming company that is marketing a feature, The Gold Fish Bowl, and three shorts, Dinner for One, Mozart and Honest People.
Meg embraces her diverse genealogy – a Scottish-Canadian dad and a Croatian-American mom. A rich and colourful 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. Lawrence, and the Great Lakes.
Novels released by Solstice Publishing: Are But Shadows, Expatriate Bones and The Drowning of Margaret Hannagh .
In development are the following working titles:
Keeping Kate in Love , a screenplay adaptation about three daughters flocking home to deal with their mom’s fading life due to dementia.
Men, Women, Once More (a social fantasy novel about an exiled minority reshaping its identity).
Are But Shadows (afeature adaptation; psychological thriller)
On Broken Glass: (a feature psychological thriller)
In Her Own Fire: (a feature psychological drama)
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