My primary focus is personal and collective peacekeeping. I write poems to transmute chronic grief associated with the exploitation and murder of innocents in the warring culture.
Continuation of this work is made possible by patrons supporting via Patreon
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megan [at] meganhollingsworth [dot] com
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& Published Work
The Fly, Destiny and the Meaning of Life - my answer to What is the meaning of life? at Excellence Reporter
Suffering With: Grief Art & Peacekeeping 2018 on WATT NEXT? show at MARLOW FM 97.5
Grief and Water 2017 / with Azul Thome at SOULand
First, a mother 2015 / with Lise Weil at Dark Matter: Women Witnessing
Creatively Mending Wounds 2015 / with Bonnie Bright at Depth Insights
The DP Interview 2013 / with Chris Oestereich via The Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale
Until We Grieve 2013 / with Sami Grover via TreeHugger
Pacific with commentary 2015 / DARK MATTER: WOMEN WITNESSING, Issue #2. 'Fragile Ongoing'
'The Inequality of Wildness and Necessity of Wildness for Equality' in Wicked Problems Collaborative Book 1: what do we do about inequality?
“Mourning the Loss of Nature—the Hope of Recovering Our Senses”, Natural Transitions Magazine, Fall 2011, Volume 1, Issue 3.
“Practicing Peace in a World of Impermanence”, “The Way” (poem), “Stone Love” (poem), Spirit Rising: Young Quaker Voices, Quaker Press of Friends General Conference, 2010.
Academics and Awards
2007 MS Environmental Studies
1997 BS Applied Health Science / High Distinction
2008 Grantee - Culture and Animals Foundation
Culture and Animals Foundation (CAF) supported promotion and two performances of THE WHALE MEMORIAL DANCE multimedia tribute to cetaceans. CAF funds supported the production of DVDs for distribution and two performances: Indiana University Bloomington presented in conjunction with a lecture from Dr. Lori Marino on cetacean intelligence and sentience (April 2008) and performance during Naropa University’s Earth Day celebration (April 2011).