Meg Tuite’s writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Berkeley Fiction Review, Hawaii Review, Mad Hatter’s Review, Calliope, One, the Journal, Santa Fe Literary Review, Epiphany, 34th Parallel, Boston Literary Magazine, Psychology Today Magazine Blog, Prick of the Spindle, Tampa Review, Fast Forward Press, San Francisco Bay Press, Connotation Press, Superstition Review, Perceptions Magazine, Valparaiso Literary Review, Elimae, Nervous Breakdown, Necessary Fiction, Epiphany, Dr. T.J. Eckleburg Review, The Medulla Review, Flashquake, JMWW, Word Riot, Mud Luscious Press, r.kvr.y Magazine, Three Rooms Press, Blue Fifth Review, Inkspill Magazine, Eclectic Flash, Drum Literary Magazine, DOGZPLOT, Metazen, Defenestration, Dot Dot Dash, AwkWord Papercut, Referential Magazine, BluePrint Review, HOUSEFIRE, In Between Altered States, Stone Highway Review, The Smoking Poet, Ishaan Lit Review, The Delinquent, A Baker’s Dozen, The First Cut, Magnolia’s Press, Gargoyle Magazine, Eunoia Review, Marco Polo Magazine, Specter Magazine, Counterexample Poetics, Front Porch Review, Red Fez, MiPOesias, Thrice Magazine, Art Faccia, Fwriction Review, Unshod Quills, Moon Milk Literary Review, Lakeview Journal, Kleft Jaw, Whistling Fire, Midway Journal, SLAB Magazine, Monkeybicycle, Thunderclap Magazine, Thumbnail Magazine, Drunk Monkeys, Uno Kudo, Scissors & Spackle Magazine, Black Heart Magazine, Eclectic Eel, NAP Magazine, The Circle Review, A Thousand Shades of Gray, Mad Rush Magazine, The Adroit Journal, Istanbul Literary Review, Foundling Review, Short, Fast & Deadly, Litbomb U.K, The Commonline Journal, Flash Fiction Friday’s Anthology, Estuary: A Confluence of Art & Poetry Anthology, Stripped Anthology, The ‘I’ Word Anthology, Contrary Cats Anthology, Lost in Thought Magazine, Bending Light into Verse Anthology, Poems About the Body: The Living Project Anthology, Peony Moon protest against Rape, Exquisite Quartet Anthology, 2013 Ascent Aspirations Anthology, Miracle Anthology, Damned Dame Anthology, Van Gogh’s Ear Anthology, Timid Pirate Superhero Anthology, Flash Fiction Funny Anthology, Red Bird Chapbook, Wilderness House Literary Review, Journal of Microfiction, Crannog Magazine, The Rusty Nail, Bone Orchard Review, Drown in My Own Fears Magazine, Wasn’t That Special Anthology, The Nova Scotia Review, Clutching At Straws, Pithead Chapel, Right Hand Pointing, Cease Cows, Ferocious Quarterly, Specter Magazine, EgoPhobia Lit Magazine, Regardless of Authority, Luna Station Quarterly, Honest Publishing, The Toucan, Bursting Plethora, BookEnds Review, Rigor mort.us, Gloom Cupboard, Decades Review, Spilt Milk, Up the Staircase Quarterly, Bartleby Snopes, Journal of Truth & Consequences, Mississippi Crow, I/25, Negative Suck, Artistically Declined, Sententia Magazine, Molotov Cocktail, A Bad Penny Review, Full of Crow, 52/250, Pure Slush, Red Ochre Lit, Camel Saloon, Literary Orphans, Word Play Sound, Divine Dirt Quarterly, Prime Number Magazine, Calliope Nerve, Jumping Blue Gods, Ascent Aspirations, Orion Headless, Danse Macabre, 50 to 1 Magazine, Twenty-20 Magazine, 50 Word Stories, 100 Word Story, TrainWrite, Flash Party, Crash, Fiction Collective, A-Minor Magazine, Nothing to Flawnt, Kaffe at Katmandu, Fictionaut, Sleet Magazine, Jersey Devil Press, Apocryphas & Abstractions, Black Words on White Paper, Fractured West, Galleys Online, Midnight Screaming Magazine and Ink Monkey. She has a novel-in-stories, “Domestic Apparition,” available (June, 2011) through San Francisco Bay Press. Her chapbook, “Disparate Pathos,” (Jan, 2012) through Monkey Puzzle Press (Boulder, CO). Her chapbook, Reverberations (July, 2012) through Deadly Chaps Press (New York). Her chapbook, Her Skin is a Costume (2013) through Red Bird Chaps, her short story collection, Bound By Blue (2013) Sententia Books (New York) The Exquisite Quartet Anthology-2011 edition and 2012 edition (co-authored and edited by Meg Tuite and 38 other writers) is available for purchase through lulu and amazon.
She is currently working on a novel and always more stories.
She is the current fiction editor of The Santa Fe Literary Review and Connotation Press. She has a monthly column called “Exquisite Duet” in Used Furniture Review.