Meg Favreau is a writer, director, performer, and maker of funny, sad, and strange things for TV, digital, print, and your dreams. Read more about her here.


My piece “Should You Buy a Yogurt Maker?” is in the October issue of Real Simple.
The Value Shopping Network placed in the Top 10 of the Tracking Board’s Launch Pad Pilot Contest.
The first season of my tween fantasy-dramedy, Total Eclipse, is up on YouTube.
Transcript of a Meeting Where the Men Decide to Let a Woman Speak (McSweeney’s)


A small selection from a bountiful catalog, fully available via the navigation above.

Caring for Your New Office Woman (The New Yorker)
Are You the Next Rock Star Social Media Manager Who’s Willing to Literally Die for Content? (McSweeney’s)
THE EYE (Your Heart)
Little Old Lady Recipes (Quirk Books)
Replace Your Emoji With 17th Century Monsters (MEL Magazine)
The Prepackaged Masculinity of the Hungry Man Dinner (MEL Magazine)
A Snack Called Death: On the history of funeral cookies. (Table Matters)