Megan Falley is the queer-femme author of three full-length collections of poetry: Drive Here and Devastate Me (Write Bloody Publishing 2018), Redhead and the Slaughter King (2014), and After the Witch Hunt (2012). Her chapbook, Bad Girls, Honey [Poems About Lana Del Rey] was the winner of the 2015 Tired Hearts Chapbook Prize. She is a National Poetry Slam & Woman of the World Poetry Slam finalist. She is co-author of a non-fiction book with poet Andrea Gibson, How Poetry Can Change Your Heart (Forthcoming on Chronicle Books, 2019).
"The [metaphorical] daughter of Sexton and Ginsberg."
--Muzzle Magazine's 30 Poets Under 30"An insightful and honest collection."
--Pank Magazine "Some of the best poetry being produced today."
--Indiefeed Performance Poetry Podcast"In reading Redhead and the Slaughter King, I realized Megan Falley writes the hell out of these poems. And ain't that the nest kind of a poem? Yes, especially if at least a little bit of hell is left in them. And there is."
--Anis Mojgani, author of Songs From Under the River