Meghan O'Neill

Born in the United States, Meghan has spent her life bouncing back and forth across the border. Growing up in places such as New Hampshire, Calgary, Vancouver, and Arizona she has finally settled for Yaletown, Vancouver.

Living in a “spatially-challenged”,  overpaid downtown apartment, Meghan spends her time finding various excuses to procrastinate from whatever her current writing project happens to be (Come to think of it, Meghan quite often finds various excuses to procrastinate from any activity…)

Meghan’s future goals include: putting away her laundry, doing her taxes, and finishing her book.

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