Susan Griffin: Not Just One, a reading
June 29, 2019
In celebration of Jim Hodges’ artwork, Unearthed, this award-winning author will read poetic prose pieces inspired by the emotions and thoughts that his work conjures.
Susan Griffin, the author of over twenty books, is esteemed both for her innovative thought and creative literary style. Her classic work, Woman and Nature, said to have inspired eco-feminism, has been recently published in a new edition by Counterpoint Press. A Pulitzer Prize finalist, A Chorus of Stones: The Private Life of War blends history and memoir. Among her many awards and honors, she has received the Fred Cody Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement from the Northern California Book Reviewers, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Northern California Book Award for non-fiction, an honorary doctorate from the Graduate Theological Union, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Commonwealth Silver Award for Poetry. Her play Voices won an Emmy. She has been featured in numerous films, including She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry and Berkeley in the Sixties for which she co-authored the script and provided the narrator’s voice.
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