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Susan Griffin has written over twenty-one 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 and a New York Times Notable Book. Among many wards, she has received an NEA grant, an Emmy, a Guggenheim Foundation Award and the Fred Cody Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement. An activist thinker, she has addressed a wide range of issues including ecology, feminism, democracy and war in lectures given throughout the USA and internationally. She has taught creative writing for over forty years, both privately and at public venues and occasionally teaches courses on ecology and social justice. She recently completed a novel about climate change and indigenous wisdom, titled The Ice Dancer’s Tale. Along with writing a book length poem about the Mississippi River, she has begun a long essay called Strong Man, Postcards from the Present.