Meg Brauckmann

Meg Brauckmann is a wanderer with a knack for adventure who believes in living “deep awake.” This includes lots of hand-written letters, tea, night walks, listening, and challenging her own biases. She tries to navigate her love/hate relationship to language through writing. Meg studied Peacebuilding and Community Development at Eastern Mennonite University and most recently lived in an intentional community in California where she worked at a homeless shelter. Her migratory pattern revolves around the Patapsco River, the Shenandoah Valley, and the West Coast.

Meg Brauckmann's Articles
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Conversations on war and migration in Quetzaltenango

by Meg Brauckmann
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This is the ceremony: The search for Maya spirituality at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

by Meg Brauckmann