• Meyi Cuellar was born in a picturesque town in the State of Michoacán, Mexico.
  • She lived in the Federal District from a young age till she was 25 years old. It was then that, she embarked on a two years and three months journey, by land, with her husband and three children, a trip that took them through Central and South America.
  • Her enthusiasm for writing, inspired her to write about the journey in collaboration with her husband,” 50 Thousand” in reference to the kilometres travelled. 
  • The following trip was for a year through Europe. In Barcelona, with her husband she wrote “The Son of the Earth”. 
  • At her return to Mexico she worked in television as an editor and coordinator of various programs. She took part in academic activities in relation to writing.
  • While in Australia she collaborated as a broadcaster in a Spanish language program at a community radio. 
  • At her return to Mexico she moved to the City of Cancun. There she worked as a reporter in the local news. She became disillusioned with the social inequality at that tourist destination and she moved to Del Carmen Beach, where she worked for a tourist newspaper, then she worked as a reporter for the state radio and television. About that time she wrote “Angel of the Servitude” and for the first time she invited the reader to write the end of the novel, at the same time she added three different ends so the reader could select the end they believe most appropriate.
  • In Los Angeles, California, she wrote another novel in the same style,” social common habits”, “Time for Rebellion” once again she maintains her innovative proposal, the reader must write the end.
  • In the City of Hermosillo, Sonora she began a project that she called “Travelling Letters” based on the demonstration that every person that can read and write has capacity for writing.  Fifteen women affected by family violence, under Meyi’s directions and sponsored by the local municipality, wrote a book entitled “Healing Letters”. 
  • The next step of the project took her to Torreon, Coahuila where together with the president of Multiwomen AC she provided a workshop at the University of Coahuila for women that for different circumstances ended up as head of the family. They stories form the book entitle “Letters of Courage”. In Gomez Palacio, Durango a group of people of the third age that belonged to DIF (integral family development) told their life stories under Meyi’s coordination, the book was called “ Letters of Wisdom”
  • In Melbourne, Australia she participated in the selection and production of the poetry book “Long for Life” by the Spanish poet Alfredo Muñoz.
  • She organized and coordinated a Workshop of Literature with five Latin American women, who wrote about their migration experience. The book was entitled “Five Women and one Destiny”. This book was published in two languages Spanish and English.
  • She wrote a book called “Lighting my Journey” where she tells of her own migration experience to Australia, what she calls “The Migrant Syndrome”.
  • Her latest work is the tale of her passing through the Royal Melbourne Hospital where she stayed for the two months and three weeks.
  • In her own merry and jovial manner she tells us how an Alien takes possession of her body through a very rare illness.     

       Meyi Cuellar