Meghan Nuttall Sayres is a seasoned author, guest lecturer, researcher, and curator of international arts and cultural programs. She has experience in a broad intersection of fields: therapeutic recreation, public administration, refugee resettlement, diversity and sustainable-living advocacy, literary authorship, academic editing, journalism, student mentoring, and initiatives bridging cultures. She holds an MPA, International Rural Development and is completing a second graduate degree in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness at the Californian Institute of Integral Studies.
Her work has been translated into several European and Middle Eastern languages. Titles include: Anahita's Woven Riddle (Abrams 2006), its companion novel Night Letter (Nortia Press, 2013), Daughters of the Desert: Tales of Remarkable Women From the Christian, Jewish and Muslim Traditions (co-authored, SkyLight Paths Press, 2003), Love and Pomegranates: Artists and Wayfarers on Iran (Nortia Press, 2013), The Shape of Betts Meadow: A Wetlands Story (The Millbrook Press, 2002/Lerner Books), and Weaving Tapestry in Rural Ireland (Cork University Press, 2007).