It will take all of our votes to push MAXIM magazine from 99% convinced to 100% convinced and put Meghan Jenkins—actress, model, author, comedian, music composer—on a future cover of the esteemed publication. MAXIM magazine holds an annual online vote, the MAXIM CoverGirl contest, to place a worthy face on a cover, as photographed by the renowned fashion photographer Gilles Bensimon. Meghan Jenkins has accepted a nomination to be a contestant in this vote. Continue reading “She’s Hilarious, Beautiful, and Psychic! Vote for Meghan”→
By Meghan Jenkins [Editor’s Note: Meghan Jenkins would like to direct your attention to some stand-up comedians, comics, and performers that she has seen in-person or online and enjoys. This series of profiles and Q&As is her way of saying about some performers, “I don’t know how this person hasn’t blown up yet, so if we can help get them some attention with MeghaZine, let’s do that.”
Some of these interviews are conducted by Mark Aldrich, MeghaZine‘s editor, and others are conducted by Meghan Jenkins herself.
Shay Kiddy is an as-yet unsigned singer and musician from central Connecticut. He had started to perform live in venues around his hometown, but when the pandemic struck he found an audience online: as of today his TikTok account has over 38,700 followers. He has many clips on there and performs live on that platform frequently.
One of the more enthusiastic fans of Shay’s soulful, powerful voice is our own Meghan Jenkins, whose eye and ear for performing excellence has shown her to be a skillful talent scout. Continue reading “Spotlight On: Shay Kiddy”→
By Mark Aldrich crabs with sandcastle dreams inch toward me on the shore — “Sandcastle Dreams,” Meghan Jenkins, Sail Wet * * * * The six books that Meghan Jenkins has published so far offer six different aspects to her artistry and several different facets of her personality: three volumes of poems, two volumes of advice that carefully tread a line between genuine pointers to life and misanthropic humor, and a work of fiction.
By Mark Aldrich [Editor’s Note: Meghan Jenkins would like to direct your attention to some stand-up comedians, comics, and performers that she has seen and loves. This series of profiles and Q&As is her way of saying about some performers, “I don’t know how this person hasn’t blown up yet, so if we can help get them some attention with MeghaZine, let’s do that.”
One of the first stand-ups that both Meghan and I thought of for this feature is Kunal C. Arora, a NYC-based stand-up whose Salt of the Earth Tour commences today, April 1, and continues through the month. Catch him if you can: