meg hemphill


although she loved the excitement of being an on-staff editor at instyle and in both new york and l.a., meg hemphill prefers the flexibility of the freelance life. she regularly contributes beauty to the hollywood reporter and; writes a daily fashion newsletter for; covers automotive lifestyle for; dabbles in health for; and writes about travel and style for the huffington post. her well-researched articles entertain and educate readers, without bogging them down with irrelevancies.

a native pacific northwesterner who attended the university of washington for undergrad and the university of oregon for a masters in journalism, she has lived in boston, manhattan, brooklyn, los angeles, orange county and portland and tries to visit new zealand annually.

while reading and writing are among regular hobbies, she takes a break from words to travel, cook, drink champagne, socialize and plan her next adventures. 

contact megjhemphill at yahoo dot com

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Poor Faulkner. Does he really think big emotions come from big words? He thinks I don't know the ten-dollar words. I know them all right. But there are older and simpler and better words, and those are the ones I use.  -Ernest Hemingwayy

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