Zoe Helene, M.F.A., advocates for women, wildlife and wilderness, and the right to journey with sacred psychoactive and psychedelic plants and fungi—our coevolutionary allies. She founded Cosmic Sister (@CosmicSister), an environmental feminist collective and creative studio, and originated Psychedelic Feminism to support women of the Psychedelic Renaissance. Zoe is a spiritual agnostic with a passion for Ancestor Medicine and the Language of Psyche. She identifies as Indigenous in diaspora in honor of ancestors who developed sophisticated nature-based, female-led, entheogen-elevated mystery traditions dating to the Neolithic era. Zoe grew up exploring primary rainforest and teeming tidepools in Aotearoa (New Zealand) and was mentored by the legendary theatrical Patricia Zipprodt. An artist and educator, her work and ideas have been covered by top-tier media outlets. She is happily married to ethnobotanist Chris Kilham.
Zoe contributed Psychedelic Feminism—When My Heart Hurts to the Inner Traditions anthology, How Psychedelics Can Help Save the World, edited by Stephen Gray.