Megan Sullivan was born in the Long Island Jewish Hospital in Queens, New York. From her name, you can tell she is neither Jewish nor long. This misinformation cast a pall over the rest of her life and she slowly shrank from the burden. When she spoke to anyone, she made sure to speak nothing but the truth. This was difficult for someone only one foot tall. Her truths soon stopped resembling the rest of the worlds truths.
She spent most of her teenage years dodging the footsteps of her family, a traveling troupe of Irish dancers. Her well-meaning parents gave her an electric model car to use, but refused to pay for the expensive AA batteries it used. Her only escape from the world came from books. It took her a few minutes to turn each page until she invented a page turning device that cut that time in half. Her patent on this machine has helped her retire at an early age. Now she spends her time reading books for the LBC and writing angry letters to Boston <i>Globe</i> Book Review for their size-ist attitude.