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Druscilla French

Druscilla French, Ph.D., is a writer, a cultural mythologist, and an advocate for women. She has written many articles in the fields of conflict resolution, depth psychology, and postmodern archetypal psychology. She founded the Foundation for Mythological Studies in Santa Barbara, California. Her first novel, Shadows on Samhain (2008), is the story of the murder of a biracial infant by white supremacists in the mountains of Colorado and the family that seeks justice for the surviving mother. The second in the series, Solstice on Ice, is a work in progress, scheduled for publication in 2015. She is one of the founders of the Women’s Leadership Council at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and a longtime benefactor to institutions of higher education.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without

  1. My friends
  2. My yard
  3. Humor
  4. Carrboro Farmers’ Market
  5. Apple
  7. A Southern Season
  8. C. G. Jung
  9. Microsoft Word
  10. Fabric

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