Sally Stiles has called four continents, six countries, nine states, an RV and a small trawler home.
She worked for fourteen years in New York City, first as an editor and writer for national magazines and, later, as an advertising executive. She has published over a hundred magazine articles in publications as diverse as Flying Magazine, Cosmopolitan and The Louisville Review. Of her seven published books, one is instructional, one a memoir, one a novel, one a poetry collection and three are small volumes which combine her photography and original haiku.
Sally holds a BA in English from Miami University, a certificate in publishing from the Radcliffe Publishing Program, an MFA in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She has taught fiction, memoir and poetry at the Simon Fraser Writing and Publishing Program in Vancouver, B.C., and the Christopher Wren Society at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Her latest books include LIKE A MASK DANCING, a story of Tanzania, and PLUNGE!, a New York-to-Nigeria love story.