Author Visits

Meghan considers meeting with readers the very best part of the work she does. The connections she made with authors and creative writing teachers as a young reader was an instrumental part of Meghan being able to imagine and achieve her publishing goals. Meghan is available to visit with students of all ages and welcomes the opportunity to speak at conferences, library events, or other engagements.

Meghan is represented by Sarah DeVore of How Now Booking who is ready to partner with your organization to plan a visit with Meghan.

Presentation Examples

Story Weavers: An interactive presentation about the importance of creating our own stories. Scalable from classroom to assembly-style formats, best for elementary and middle school students.

The Power of W:  A presentation about the known and yet untold stories of women in history. Scalable from classroom to assembly-style formats. Best for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Nonfiction Workshop:  Meghan discusses best practices in research and how to write engaging nonfiction. Best suited for a classroom setting, grades 3 through undergraduate students.

Dare to Do: interactive presentation for adults about finding the courage to attempt dreams we may be too scared to tackle.

Virtual Visits: Available on a limited basis

Conferences, Panels, Library Appearances: The health of our global literary community is important to Meghan. She welcomes all invitations to discuss elements of craft, the heart behind stories, and other literary topics. Please note that Meghan will gladly consider participation in diverse, inclusive, and non-discriminatory events.

Not Seeing the Presentation you’re looking for? Let’s talk. Meghan would love to find a way meet to meet your group’s needs.

Author Visit Inquiries

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I loved how Meghan had such an inviting presence. She really made scholars feel like they were a part of her entire event. I also loved how she incorporated the signs that scholars read out loud, it really kept them engaged. I found that to be a really good way to hold keep scholars engaged throughout the book.” —Azia Sims, 4th Grade Teacher, Austin Achieve Elementary School

I thought the length and the activities were perfect for my third graders. The session was interactive, and I love how the author personalized her writing experience and filled it with stories and pictures.” —Ilene Novy, 3rd Grade Teacher, The Girls’ School of Austin