Meg Tuite

New Mexico, United States

Member Since: 10/01/2012

Meg Tuite is author of a novel-in-stories, Domestic Apparition (San Francisco Bay Press), a short story collection, Bound By Blue, (Sententia Books) Meet My Haze (Big Table Publishing), White Van (Unlikely Books), won the Twin Antlers Collaborative Poetry award from (Artistically Declined Press) for her poetry collection, Bare Bulbs Swinging, Grace Notes (Unknown Press), as well as five chapbooks of short fiction, flash, poetic prose, and multi-genre. She teaches workshops and online classes through Bending Genres and is an associate editor at Narrative Magazine. Her work has been published in over 600 literary magazines and over fifteen anthologies including: Choose Wisely: 35 Women Up To No Good. She has been nominated over 15 times for the Pushcart Prize, won first and second place in Prick of the Spindle contest, five-time finalist at Glimmer Train, finalist of the Gertrude Stein award and 3rd prize in the Bristol Short Story Contest. She is also the editor of eight anthologies. She is included in the Best Small Fictions of 2021. Her blog:


Twitter Username: @megtuite


  • White Van , Unlikely Stories (March 2022)
  • Bound By Blue , Sententia Books (July 2014)
  • Her Skin is a Costume , RedBird Chaps (May 2014)
  • Choose Wisely: 35 women up to no good , Upper Rubber Boots Press (April 2015)
  • Domestic Apparition , San Francisco Bay Press (July 2011)
  • Bare Bulbs Swinging , Artistically Declined Press (August 2014)
  • Lined Up Like Scars , International Short-Short Fiction Stories (August 2015)
  • Grace Notes , Unknown Press (May 2013)


  • Twin Antler's Collaborative Poetry Award(2013)
  • 5x finalist at Glimmer Train for Fiction
  • 15 Pushcart nominations
  • 1st/2nd place flash fiction winner/Prick of the Spindle Magazine(2013)
  • Best of Short Fiction 2021(2021)


  • Fiction Editor at Bending Genres Lit Magazine (2017 - 2022)
  • Assistant Editor at Narrative Magazine (2016 - 2022)

Genres of Interest

Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Poetry