Author: Meg Shevenock

Meg Shevenock has worked with gifted students through an approach of associative learning for the past eleven years, and more recently she has been a reader and researcher for the artist Ann Hamilton. Meg received an Individual Excellence Award from The Ohio Arts Council in 2020. Her poems and essays have appeared in the Times Literary Supplement, Lana Turner, Best New Poets, Denver Quarterly, Ninth Letter, Prairie Schooner, 32 Poems, jubilat, Kenyon Review online and elsewhere. She maintains an ongoing telepathic art practice with her collaborator Jamie Boyle. Meg lives in Columbus, Ohio. Meg won the second annual Marystina Santiestevan First Book Prize.

The Miraculous, Sometimes
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The Miraculous, Sometimes

Conduit Books & Ephemera

Poetry. Winner of a MIPA Silver Medal for Poetry. MIRACULOUS is undoubtedly a hybrid work, but always firmly grounded in poetics. Conceptually, the narration echoes the effects of trauma: sometimes the writing unfolds in long prose poems, while at o...

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