Bio

    Theresa Crater brings ancient temples, lost civilizations and secret societies back to life in her paranormal mysteries. In The Star Family, a Gothic mansion holds a secret spiritual group and a 400-year-old ritual that must be completed to save the day. The shadow government search for ancient Atlantean weapons in the fabled Hall of Records in Under the Stone Paw and fight to control ancient crystals sunk beneath the sea in Beneath the Hallowed Hill. Her short stories explore ancient myth brought into the present day. The most recent include “The Judgment of Osiris” and “Bringing the Waters.” Theresa has also published poetry and a baker’s dozen of literary criticism. Currently, she teaches writing and British lit in Denver.

 

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  1. Jordan Harris

    Dr. Crater,
    I have recently read your Dec. 2001 article in Femspec, “The Resurrection of Morgan le Fey: Fallen Woman to Triple Goddess.” I am actually writing a research paper for my college class on how the changes in the perception of Morgan parallel the changes of perception of the Celtic religion, and how those changes influence her relationship with Arthur. I was wondering if you would be willing to contact me and allow me to interview you on the subject.
    My email is mjoharris00@hotmail.com
    Thank you very much,
    Jordan Harris

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  2. Cornelia

    Dear Teresa,

    Back in 2010, you posted a comment on the Gateway Nature Center page about how you had played along Salem Creek as a child. Your words resonated with me as we moved forward. We haven’t purchased the site yet, but we are on our way, and we have done a lot to raise awareness about nature education.

    I would really like the opportunity to talk with you about your experiences along the area. Could we talk sometime—or if you are ever back in Winston-Salem, walk the site!

    If you are interested, please contact me at gatewaynaturecenter at gmail.com.

    Thanks!

    Cornelia Barr

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    feelings online. Please let me know if you have any suggestions or
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