Meg Favreau

Meg Favreau is a writer, artist, and filmmaker originally from the birch-fingered clutches of rural New Hampshire. Her fiction, humor pieces, and essays have appeared in publications including The New Yorker’s Daily Shouts, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Real Simple, The American Bystander, MEL Magazine, and Eating Well. Meg currently lives in Los Angeles and works as a screenwriter, most recently co-writing The Twits for Netflix, based on the Roald Dahl book. In her free time, she attaches fake food to remote-control cars.

THE CABIN by Meg Favreau

But today there was a cabin. A small, rough thing. Caked in leaves. Inside, they found old cans and an old bed and an old table. Inside, they found a calendar stuck on July 1992.

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