Megan Holley found her voice as a poet, photographer and artist when she was ten years growing up in the wild woods of New England. In 2010, Holley earned a dual masters in education and library science, and since then has worked professionally as a teacher, librarian, poet, and artist. She has published one hybrid work of poetry: a creative, non-fiction memoir titled, There is Only Lampyridae, under the pen name, Holley M. Hill. In addition, she has created and sold numerous photographs and collage works that feature New England landscapes through mixed media and inspired by photographs from her childhood. Megan lives in New England with her husband Michael, and her daughter, Jane, where they spend their free time exploring forests, reading, singing, and making art.