Megan Pinto

Megan Pinto’s poetry can be seen in Indiana Review, Four Way Review, Passages North, and Tupelo Quarterly, and is forthcoming in Ploughshares and The Minnesota Review. She has received scholarships from The Port Townsend Writer’s Conference and Bread Loaf, and holds an MFA in Poetry from Warren Wilson.

After Odysseus by Megan Pinto

    Here, in the clinic, a therapist asks the child to draw a picture of her body—to color all the places where it hurts, and color all the places where it feels good. No medical examiner, no jury, just a child and her pencils—in this version she is taller […]