Ila GrayIla Suzanne is the author of several poetry chapbooks. Her writing has appeared in the journals Windfall, Fireweed, We’Moon, Sister Spirit, and, Beltane Papers and published in the anthologies We Are Everywhere, Writings By & About Lesbian Parents; Dreaming, An Almanac of Lesbian Lore and Vision; Common Lives, Lesbian Lives; Wild Witches Don’t Get the Blues; and Raising Our Voices, an anthology of Oregon poets against the war. Ila collaborated with Kay Gardner on an oratorio entitled “Ouroboros—Seasons of Life” which was performed at the National Women’s Music Festival. Her prose, poems and art are intimate details of a life lived with intention and purpose.