Meg Houston Maker is a memoirist and essayist curious about nature, food, and place. She travels extensively to meet and taste with producers, hear their stories, and see first-hand what links them to their land. Her freelance writing has appeared in myriad literary and lifestyle outlets and won praise in The New York Times, Daily Beast, Buzzfeed, Brain Pickings, and elsewhere. Her own award-winning publication, Terroir Review, focuses on terroir-driven foods and the people who make them. Also a seasoned editor and adviser, Meg has helped launch three wine publications and mentored scores of writers, seasoned and new. She earned a BA summa cum laude in studio art and an MA in liberal studies/creative writing, both from Dartmouth. She is a member of the Circle of Wine Writers.
Meg won the Best Editorial Category in the 2018 Born Digital Wine Awards.