Susan Suntree is a writer, performer, and teacher whose work investigates the dynamics of science, art, and spiritual philosophies as they engage contemporary life. She has presented her poetry and performances nationally and internationally, and has published books of poetry, biography, and translation, as well as essays, reviews, and book chapters. She is the founder and Artistic Director of Theatre Flux which has produced many of her performances and plays. Her recent one-woman performance and forthcoming book, Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California, explores the prehistory and sacred geography of Los Angeles, where she lives. She founded FrogWorks, an eco-political street theater troupe, and is co-director of Earth Water Air Los Angeles, a giant puppet trek connecting and telling the story of endangered open spaces. An environmental activist and a long-time Zen student, she teaches at East Los Angeles College.
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