is an activist, feminist, artist, poet, and eclectic Wiccan woman. A once
and future grad student, Suzette is currently devoting her time to making
the world a better place for girls and women (mostly through Columbus and
Ohio NOW), her family, and the unfortunate necessity of making
a living. She has read her poetry locally and given talks on topics as diverse
as depression memoirs and the string bag theory of cultural evolution.
Her written work includes 2 entries in the 1988 edition of Magill's
Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy, essays on medieval literature
and American Literary Naturalism and opinion pieces on current politics. She
lives in central Ohio with her husband and her very, very adorable and busy
four year old daughter.
How the divorce of spirit (or divinity) from matter has led to the second class status of women (in the west).