Susan Griffin

Susan Griffin is the celebrated author of many books, including Pulitzer Prize finalist “A Chorus of Stones,” the ecological classic, “Woman and Nature,” and her forthcoming novel, “The Ice Dancer’s Tale.” In addition to essays, memoirs, poetry, and plays, including the Emmy winning ‘Voices,’ Griffin co-wrote the script for and narrated the award-winning 1990 documentary, ‘Berkeley in the Sixties.’ Her accolades include a Guggenheim Fellowship, an NEA Grant, and the Fred Cody Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement. Her work has been translated into 17 languages. She is currently writing a book about gender, sexual violence and fascism called “Strong Man.”

Featured In

2019 - Special Event! Robert Scheer Documentary: “Above the Fold”2019 - The Legacy of Adrienne Rich and the Shape of our Feminist Future2018 - Extremism Investigated2017 - Forces of Nature: Susan Griffin and Starhawk