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Sally Miller Gearhart is an American professor, activist and author.  The work that she has done in her field of communication, in feminism and in fantasy fiction writing has set standards in those disciplines.  In 1973, she was the first open lesbian in America to be hired in a tenure track position (San Francisco State).

Sally rose to national prominence in 1978 with publication of her debut novel, Wanderground, and the miraculous defeat of California Proposition Six. Since that time she has worked tirelessly for human and animal rights and causes.

Sally now enjoys retirement
in Northern California.