Susan Griffin

Adjunct Lecturer
Women's Spirituality
Philosophy and Religion Department
School of Consciousness and Transformation

MA, BA, San Francisco State University

Susan Griffin, is the author of 21 books, including the ecological and feminist classic, Woman and Nature, and A Chorus of Stones the Private Life of War, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. She has received many honors, including an NEA grant, the an Emmy, a Guggenheim Foundation Award and the Fred Cody Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement. She has lectured and taught throughout the world, addressing a wide range of issues including ecology, feminism and war and has taught creative writing for over forty years, both privately and at colleges and community venues internationally. She has recently completed a novel about climate change, artistic and traditional knowledge, titled, The Ice Dancer's Tale, Is completing a book length poem about the Mississippi River and has begun writing an essay about fascism in America called Strong Man, Postcards from the Present.

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