Love in the Time of a Perpetually Waxing Moon by Megan Hudgins

Art Credit - PP&P Staff

Art Credit – PP&P Staff

Megan is originally from rural Illinois, but now resides just outside of Saint Louis, MO with her astonishingly brilliant digital media artist boyfriend and Samson, her well-meaning dog-cat. By weekday she works in insurance, but by night and all other free times, she tries to put her MA in creative Writing to use as a poet. Her first chapbook, Crixa, is forthcoming from a small KY press. She also has poems that can be found in burnt district‘s Winter 2014 issue and forthcoming from the Mojave River Review.

Links to some of Megan‘s work:

“Why I’d Live in a Terrarium” at Anti- http://anti-poetry.com/anti/hudginsme/
Two poems at Toad: The Journal http://toadthejournal.com/issue-23/megan-hudgins/

“Act Like You’ve Been Here Before” at I AM TWENTY-SEVEN http://www.twentysevenzine.com/post/83839901158/act-like-youve-been-here-before
Samson: well-meaning dog-cat.

Samson: well-meaning dog-cat.

"I am the night."

“I am the night.”

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