Dr Megan Beech holds a PhD from University of Cambridge. She currently teaches at King's College London, as well as at City Lit and Working Men's College.
Her research primarily relates to nineteenth-century literature, with a particular interest in the works of Charles Dickens, compositional practices, and reading cultures in the period. She has published on Dickens, Woolf and Glastonbury Festival.
Megan has taught for many institutions including Newnham College, University of Cambridge, City Lit, King's College London, Dickens Museum, and the Sutton Trust. She has taught workshops for organisations such as the Poetry Society, The British Museum, the Southbank Centre, as well as in schools, universities, charities, and private companies.
She currently teaches creative writing, literature, and culture courses for adults at City Lit and Working Men's College.