June 28, 2024

It gives us great pleasure to present a Season 9, Episode 25 Interview – Terry Wolverton

Terry Wolverton joins us to share her novel Season of Eclipse. We discuss how her hero goes from living a life of privilege to being in witness protection and having to confront the issues of her own identity. We also go into how Detroit shapes that journey and introduces people into her life that she didn’t know she needed.

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Terry Wolverton was born in Cocoa Beach, Florida. When she was just a year old, she left Florida with her mother and moved to Detroit, where she grew up and started college before transferring to the University of Toronto where she majored in Theater and Women’s Studies. Ever since then, she’s been both a student of and strong voice for feminism and the arts.

After moving to Los Angeles, Terry was instrumental in several endeavors including the Lesbian Art Project, the Incest Awareness Project, the Great American Lesbian Art Show, and a white-women’s anti-racism consciousness-raising group.

In 1982, Terry established a consulting business, Consult’Her, working with nonprofits, small businesses, and individual artists on issues related to vision, planning, resource development, marketing, and human resources. In 1997, she founded Writers At Work, a creative writing center where she continues to teach several weekly workshops in fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, and to provide creative consultations to writers. She is also Affiliate Faculty in the MFA Writing Program at Antioch University Los Angeles.

She’s authored eleven books and is a certified instructor of Kundalini Yoga.

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