To describe yourself as a “humourist” at parties is worse even than “influencer and model.” Both times Meg has done it, she saw scepticism in her enquirer's eye, a look that said I'll be the judge of that.
More often, Meg describes herself as journalist, which is objectively true. Her career began the FINANCIAL TIMES and THE TIMES OF LONDON and her work has since appeared in the VOGUE, ELLE, the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, STELLAR MAGAZINE and the SUNDAY TIMES, UK. And she has written humour as GQ’S SheQ columnist, INSIDEOUT’S Agony Aunt, occasional columnist for the TELEGRAPH’S SUNDAYSTYLE magazine and Daily Shouts for THE NEW YORKER.
Her first book, a memoir of motherhood called Say It Again in a Nice Voice (HarperCollins) was published in 2012. Better Homes & Gardens called it “achingly funny.” Rosemary on GoodReads returned it to the library after the first few pages, feeling "no regret," and eventually awarded it two out of a possible five stars.
Her second book, a novel called You Be Mother (HarperCollins) was published in August 2017. Meg keenly awaits Rosemary’s thoughts.