About

Meg Kingston is an Indie Author based in South Wales.

Meg’s short stories and magazine articles have appeared in publications as varied as Radio Times, New Scientist, Writers’ Forum and the Bristol Evening Post. She has written an article for Writing Magazine on crowdfunding and has been interviewed by BBC Radio Wales and several magazines.
As well as her prize-winning short fiction, Meg has been acclaimed for her autobiographical The MonSter and the Rainbow: Memoir of a Disability and many articles on the subject of disability. She’s a keen campaigner on accessibility issues and regular volunteer for charitable causes.

Meg has been writing since she retired on health grounds in 2004. Her love of the printed word is something she frequently shares with other writers and especially with those who never thought they’d be able to write. She has been the NaNoWriMo Municipal Liaison (co-ordinator) for the whole of Wales for ten years and runs workshops on all aspects of writing for numerous groups including the U3A, WI and Disability Arts Cymru. She’s also been invited to read her work at local libraries, DAC and the University of Newport, for whom she is a Guest Lecturer.

When not writing, Meg sends some of her time with her husband, Martin, (who plays guitar and mandolin) and two cats, Smotyn and Meme, (who don’t).


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2 Responses

  1. Hey Meg, thank you for all your Nano help and for the posts about pre-nano tips. As such I would like to nominate you for a Sunshine award 🙂 The info on the award is here: https://raonaid.wordpress.com/2013/12/03/sunshine-award/
    Hope the rest of nano treated you well 🙂
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