About Meg

Meg likes to think of herself as an avid book nerd with an exceptional taste for mac and cheese.

 

Quick glance:

  • Writer
  • YouTuber: iWriterly
  • Publishable co-host
  • Creator of Query Hack
  • Blogger
  • Renaissance faire lass & casual cosplayer
  • Proud wife & mama
  • Formerly: She previously worked at the Corvisiero Literary Agency, and she also has experience as a magazine editor, newspaper reporter, and medical writer
  • Other Interests: Comic cons, basketball, long races, circuit training, theater, singing, sleeping, and spending time with her husband and son

 

Short Bio: 

Meg LaTorre is a writer, YouTuber (iWriterly), creator of the free query critique platform, Query Hack, co-host of the Publishable show, and blogger (Writer’s Digest, Savvy Authors, Writers Helping Writers, et al.). Formerly, she worked at a literary agency and she has a background in magazine publishing, medical/technical writing, and journalism.

 

Long Bio:

Meg LaTorre is a writer, YouTuber (iWriterly), creator of the free query critique platform, Query Hack, co-host of the Publishable show, blogger, and she formerly worked at the Corvisiero Literary Agency. She also has a background in magazine publishing, medical/technical writing, and journalism.

On Meg’s YouTube channel, iWriterly, she geeks out on all things books—from the concept to the bookshelves (and everything in between). Spinning off the YouTube channel, she co-launched the monthly YouTube show, Publishable, where experts from across the publishing spectrums discuss which path might be best for your book—self, traditional, or hybrid publishing—and the ins and outs of the modern-day publishing industry.

Meg also launched Query Hack, a query critique platform where writers can submit their manuscript queries, Twitter pitches, or first manuscript pages for free feedback. She has written for publications such as Writer’s Digest, Savvy Authors, and Writers Helping Writers on topics related to writing and publishing and participated as an editor in Twitter contests, including Revise and Resub (RevPit) and Pitch to Publication.

In her free time, she enjoys reading, attending Renaissance faires and comic cons with her husband, competitive sports, long-distance races, running after her toddler, and sleeping.

To learn more about Meg, visit her website, follow her on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook, sign up for her monthly newsletter, and subscribe to her YouTube channel, iWriterly.

 

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Photo Credit: David Gardiner