Meg Senuta has served as a patient advocate on grants for inflammatory breast cancer research, and as a patient-participant in a collaboration among a medical school, teaching hospital, and cancer support nonprofit to teach medical students how to deliver bad news. Her work was a finalist for Fourth Genre’s 2020 Michael Steinberg Memorial Essay Contest, has appeared in Solstice, River Teeth’s Beautiful Things, 55 Words, and Flashquake, and was selected for Tell-All Boston. She holds an MFA from Antioch University and a degree in textiles from Sätergläntan, Sweden. She studied traditional weaving with a Scottish folksinger who taught her the use of tenterhooks. A graduate of GrubStreet’s yearlong intensive Memoir Incubator, she is at work on a memoir.