Gloria Steele-Hatten heralds Sarah Lawrence College as her alma mater. A Wellesley Women’s Book Awardee, she is passionate about healing Womben through the power of the Word, integrating therapy and catharsis. With acute aptitude for interpreting the spiritual, mythological, or symbolic in literature, film, and pop culture, Mrs. Steele-Hatten loves engaging in socio-political discourse concerning representations of women in modern mass media and how these images inherit, perpetuate, challenge, or refute ancient ideas and representations of women, particularly in religious iconography, mythology, and ritual. She has created, curated, and contributed to several blogs, including The Gorgeous Girls’ Guide and Examiner.
Taught to read by age 2, writing since 5, published poet at 11, Mrs. Steele-Hatten is ambitious about returning the artistry, glory and glorification to dedicated literary Craft and Scholarship. While not writing, Mrs. Steele-Hatten enjoys Ecstatic Dance, cooking, and travel