Meg Dang

United States

17-year-old author from california. i love reading, movies, music, and making beautiful things!

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keep writing:)

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Meg Dang (United States) published:

Bird Bath

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2020

The day Cassie won the first grade science fair, she came skipping clumsily into the garden with me after school. 

I hadn’t invited her to come with me, but I suppose that’s how all little sisters function: without invitation. Besides, Cassie was like a dog; she followed me wherever I went, did whatever I asked. If I told her to roll over, she would… if I told her to do anything, she would. I was only eleven then, but I...

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2 months ago

Meg Dang (United States) published:

Bird Bath

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2020

The day Cassie won the first grade science fair, she came skipping clumsily into the garden with me after school. 

I hadn’t invited her to come with me, but I suppose that’s how all little sisters function: without invitation. Besides, Cassie was like a dog; she followed me wherever I went, did whatever I asked. If I told her to roll over, she would… if I told her to do anything, she would. I was only eleven then, but I...

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2 months ago

Meg Dang (United States) published:

Untitled

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2019

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Meg Dang (United States) liked Once Upon A Time by Wisp (United States)

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Meg Dang (United States) liked Gone With The Tide by sophmailloux (Canada)

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Meg Dang (United States) published:

The Taxidermist’s Office

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Her office was both sickening and fascinating. She urged me to touch her stuffed animals. I was terrified; I obliged anyway; ran my fingers through the dog’s matted fur, along the cold scales of the snake, across the velvet-like rabbit’s coat...
Then I noticed four pictures on her desk: a dog, a snake, a rabbit. Once, they had been real and alive, with eyes that blinked and hearts that beat; now they would be her pets forever. 
The last picture...

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over 1 year ago

Meg Dang (United States) reviewed:

The Universe Lay At Her Feet

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Keep writing! Great job!

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Meg Dang (United States) published:

The Taxidermist’s Office

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Her office was both sickening and fascinating. She urged me to touch her stuffed animals. I was terrified; I obliged anyway. Ran my fingers across the dog’s matted fur, along the cold scales of the snake, through the velvet-like rabbit’s coat...
Then I noticed four pictures on her desk. A dog, a snake, a rabbit. Once, they had been real and alive, with eyes that blinked, hearts that beat; now they would be her pets forever. 
The last picture was...

Seeking Peer Reviews

over 1 year ago