Meredith Boe is a Pushcart Prize–nominated writer, editor, and poet based in Chicago. Her short prose collection What City was a winner of Paper Nautilus’s 2018 Debut Series Chapbook Contest, and her creative work is forthcoming or has appeared in Passengers Journal, Chicago Reader, After Hours, Burningword, Mud Season Review, Midwestern Gothic, From the Depths, and elsewhere. Her critique has appeared in Another Chicago Magazine, Newfound, and World Literature Today, and she is a contributor to the Chicago Review of Books. She sometimes writes poems on a typewriter at events around Chicago with the poetry-on-demand group, Poems While You Wait.
Meredith also writes grant proposals for arts nonprofits, contributes articles and web copy for companies around the globe, and copyedits everything from textbooks to CVs.
She is an avid supporter of the Oxford comma and plays classical piano.
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