Meg is a Korean intercountry adoptee, raised in Australia and a comic artist. She makes largely autobiographical and non-fiction work that has appeared in The Nib, The Lily, Liminal Magazine, The Comics Journal and anthologies including Comic Sans, Steady Diet, Threads That Connect Us and the Eisner award-winning Drawing Power: Women’s Stories of Sexual Violence, Harassment and Survival. She has exhibited comic, animation and film work internationally, taught comic making to university students, developed and delivered comics programs to high school-aged students from migrant and refugee backgrounds with STARTTS, and art programs to elementary-aged students in Korea. Meg is currently working on a long-form work based on her experiences as the Asian child of white parents in Australia, a recent period of living in Korea, and a failed search for her Korean mother.
She created the artwork for our K-Box Adoptee-Übernahmenacht promotional material and ZINE:
Meg also presented as one of our adoptee artists and you can watch the video of her presentation here:
You can also view it in the web version format for those who prefer to read and see.
Find out more about Meg
Check out our Photo Album, Ryan’s Und Ebony’s presentations from the evening
Coming Next is our adoptee artist ZINE and other adoptee artists