Contributor Bios

Sue Holloway

Sue Holloway, Ph.D., writes of our mythic and spiritual connections with the natural world. Adjunct professor of Ecofeminist Writing in Women’s Studies at Southern Connecticut State University, she is also a researcher for Project Search and an activist with several rehabilitation organizations and the Brandorf Land Trust. A guest nature columnist for local newspapers, she has written “Spider Moon: Chronicles of Healing Self with Nature” and “Seasons of Swans,” from which her Whole Terrain piece is excerpted. She lives in Stony Creek, Connecticut.