​​​​Meagan Day is a writer and editor. She has published two books and roughly five hundred articles online and in print. She was previously a staff writer at Jacobin magazine, where she is now an associate editor.

Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, The New Republic, Vox, n+1, The Baffler, In These Times, Mother Jones, The Believer, Salon, Artforum, Frieze, and elsewhere, and she's been interviewed by the Washington Post, the Columbia Journalism Review, and the Harvard Political Review. Her work has been translated into Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Norwegian, and several other languages. In 2022, she was invited to participate in a debate about American foreign policy at Oxford University.

She is the co-author with Micah Uetricht of the book Bigger than Bernie: How We Go From the Sanders Campaign to Democratic Socialism (Verso, April 2020), and of Maximum Sunlight (Wolfman Books, December 2016), an excerpt of which was selected for inclusion in the Best American series. 

She can be found on Twitter at @meaganmday. She lives in Los Angeles, California.