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.
- A January Journal: Rescuing the Swans (Vol. 5 Pg. 14)