No’a L. bat Miri is an independent educator, multigenre editor, and budding ecotheologian.

She earned her MFA with an emphasis in Fiction from Queens University of Charlotte’s program in Latin America, in addition to completing postgraduate studies in urbanism in Bucharest and holding a degree in economics.

Her environmental writing has garnered her repeated support to the Bread Loaf Environmental Writers’ Conference, as well as to other gatherings.

Her written work, as much of her other work, has a focus on the relationship between narrative and place.

No’a dwells primarily in the northeastern United States, and her unscheduled time is split between reading Talmud to blue jays, going over Midrash with cardinals, and occasionally treating a squirrel to a bit of Mussar.