Megan Alyse (She/Her), is a poet and visual artist living in Savannah, GA. She is a 2022 Pushcart Prize Nominee, finalist for Limp Wrist Magazine’s Glitter Bomb Award, and finalist for Quarterly West’s 2020 Inaugural Poetry Contest. You can find some of her work appearing or forthcoming in Angel City Review, Atticus Review, Atlanta Review, Juked, The Rumpus, Rattle, and Leon Literary Review. Megan holds an MFA from Warren Wilson College and works at Georgia Southern University.
I have been editing since 2016. I started out as an editor of Metaphor, and worked my way up in 2018 to Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. During that time I have also copyedited for two different Indie Presses: Binary Press and Jollyfish Press. Here, I helped edit and curate book-length projects. Since then, I have done freelance editing work for various kinds of projects from resume writing to poetry. Email me or check me out on Fiverr to get a free quote and consultation!
Whether it’s design, leadership, departmental training, or chatbot interactions, I tend to take an innovative approach. I live for the thrill of finding the edge that’ll make a project unique, so my team and the students we serve can thrive.
MFA | Warren Wilson Program for Writers
BA English with a minor in Psychology. Cum Laude | Weber State University
GACRAO | Member since 2022
Georgia Writers Registry | Member since 2021