Meghan McDonald is a filmmaker, composer and visual poet — often all at the same time — whose projects straddle the line between playful and philosophical. In 2017 she directed the short films "Think" and "Five Stereotypes Walk into a Room." Her poetry film "Moments That Breathe" was featured at the Juteback Poetry Film Festival. Her fiction story “Mirrored Minds” was published in Carrier Pigeon Magazine. In summer 2016 she completed a music project where she street performed in 20 cities across the United States. Meghan had her start in journalism where she worked at The New York Times and Brooklyn Eagle.
Pooja Desai (Poet)
Pooja Desai is a poet and curator, amongst other things, running around New York and New Jersey. Co-founder of creative collective and programming series Femme Mâché, Pooja's overall work focuses both on putting underrepresented voices to the front, as well as using existentialism as a playground to dig into the greater themes of love, time, space, and beyond.