I’m a writer and editor for digital and analog projects in Seattle, WA.
I write fiction and poetry, and make books and zines. As “the writer in your band,” I’ve been known to wax about music and books. Last year, I founded an analog-first micropress for poetry and songbooks featuring local (some of whom are now global!) writers and musicians.
I am seeking a longterm career in a creative role in the music or publishing industry in Seattle (in person or remote in Pacific hours). I’m an independent self-starter (as you can plainly see), with an eye for detail and design and a passion for books and music. Whether the position is in content strategy, content development, or writing and editing, if you have a project that sounds like a good fit, please get in touch.
My writing has been seen in The Gravity of the Thing, The Cryptonaturalist, Bust Magazine, Tor.com, and elsewhere. Projects I have participated in or created have been featured in Fragrantica, Now Smell This, Buzzfeed, and elsewhere. I recently finished my first horror novel, and I am looking forward to a busy, creative 2024.
For Common Meter Press, Meredith produced and designed the cover and galley for Erin Dorney’s book of erasure poetry. She printed, collated, and bound every book by hand.
A cult favorite in therapists’ offices, Maybe is a zine of poetry and fragments written during the pandemic, bookended by a pair of personal tragedies.