Nor Hall is a writer, archetypal thinker, psychotherapist and theatre-collaborator. She has worked with Pantheatre (Paris), Shawn McConneloug's Orchestra (Minneapolis) and Archipelago (Chapel Hill) where she contributed to the development of seven award-winning pieces for the stage between 1997 and 2010, notably Those Women, Eulogy for a Warrior and Out of the Blue.
Author of the Moon and the Virgin: Images of the archetypal feminine, Those Women, Broodmales, Irons in the Fire, and Dreaming in Red. Her latest little book, TRACES, is a poem/fiction/performance piece about a woman called Mona who went to Europe to collect costumes (1940's) and inadvertently got involved in the Resistance helping get children out. Hall was awarded a Jerome Travel Study grant in 2005.