Starhawk is the author of several non-fiction best-selling works:
She also coauthored:
Starhawk's fiction includes:
Starhawk has contributed to the films Signs Out of Time: The Story of Archaeologist Marija Gimbutas, Goddess Remembered, The Burning Times, and Full Circle. She participated in the Reclaiming CDs Chants: Ritual Music, and recorded the guided meditation Way to the Well. On Utube: Starhawk speaks on spirituality and activism at UUA. She also wrote the call to action for the women's peace organization Code Pink.
Starhawk's father, Jack Simos, died when she was 5. Her mother, Bertha Claire Goldfarb Simos, was a professor of social work at UCLA. Both her parents were the children of Jewish immigrants from Russia. In 1973, while she was a film student at UCLA, Starhawk won the Samuel Goldwyn Award for her novel, A Weight of Gold, a story about Venice, California, where she then lived. Starhawk married Edwin Rahsman in 1977. She is currently married to David Miller.
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