Meaghan Hackinen is a writer and ultra-endurance cyclist from Vancouver, BC. Meaghan’s two-wheeled adventures have taken her from Haida Gwaii to Mexico’s high plateaus, across Canada and the United States, and, most recently, from North Cape to Tarifa along some of Europe’s highest paved roads.
Meaghan’s writing explores relationships, experiences on the road, and encounters with wild places. You can find her creative non-fiction, poetry, and prose in literary journals and cycling magazines, including American Randonneur, Cargo Lit Mag, Compose: A Journal of Simply Good Writing, The Feathertale Review (forthcoming), The Fieldstone Review, Momentum Mag, One Throne, untethered, and Poetry All Over the Floor, the Tonight It’s Poetry anthology. Her essay “Where the Tide Rushes Between” was a 2016 National Magazine Awards finalist and Best American Essays 2016 Notable Essay; her travel memoir, South Away: The Pacific Coast on Two Wheels, has been acquired by NeWest Press for publication in 2019. Meaghan has an MFA in Writing from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, SK, where she currently resides.