Jules Cashford is the co-author, with Anne Baring, of The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image (Penguin 1993), which is now recognized as a classic. She translated The Homeric Hymns, and wrote The Moon (Cassell Illustrated 2003), which The Greystones Press is delighted to be re-issuing.
She read philosophy at St. Andrews and did post-graduate research in literature at Cambridge, on a Carnegie Fellowship, where she was a supervisor on Tragedy for some years.
She has made two films on Jan van Eyck, and now writes on Myth and Literature. She is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology and a Trustee of the Gaia Foundation in London.
She lives in the depths of the country in an early seventeenth century farmhouse with a wildlife garden. She has one daughter, Sasha.