Join us for a conversation with Megan E. Freeman to talk about her journey as a poet and storyteller. We'll learn about Megan's writing process, what excites her as a writer, and her path to her debut middle grade book ALONE, a novel in verse. Megan will also share what she's learned from the business side of writing, from querying to marketing her work. Interview with Brooke McIntyre.
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Megan E. Freeman attended an elementary school where poets visited her classroom every week to teach poetry, and she has been a writer ever since. Her debut middle grade novel, ALONE, won the Colorado Book Award, is an NCTE Notable Novel in Verse, a Goodreads Choice Award Finalist, and was included on over a dozen Best Of and state reading lists. Megan is also a Pushcart Prize-nominated poet and the author of the poetry chapbook, Lessons on Sleeping Alone. An award-winning teacher with decades of classroom experience, Megan is nationally recognized for her work leading workshops and speaking to audiences across the country. Megan used to live in northeast Los Angeles, central Ohio, northern Norway, and on Caribbean cruise ships. Now she lives in northern Colorado.