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March 20, 2020

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Praise for Hello Honey: Eighteen Poems from the Path

“As if harkening to us through the title itself, “Hello Honey” author Victress Hitchcock lovingly invites us into a sweet and intimate tapestry of reflections, poetry, and images.”
– Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel, author of The Logic of Faith

“It’s been a while now, for us first generation of western meditators... Victress distills fifty years of the moment-to-moment insights and unadorned encounters with the mind in these poems. The level of precision in the way she takes us into the mundane meanderings of mind triggers an awareness and longing that is truly precious.”
— Lama Tsultrim Allione author of Feeding Your Demons and Wisdom Rising: Journey into the Mandala of the Empowered Feminine


Victress Hitchcock is writer and director of numerous programs aired on Public Television including: Song of the Open Road, a portrait of a composer living with AIDS; Children of Wind River, a documentary for the Ford Foundation and Wyoming Public Television; and Grandfather Sky, a short drama set on the Navajo Reservation produced for Native American Public Television. Her most recent films, the documentaries Blessings: The Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns of Tibet and When the Iron Bird Flies: Tibetan Buddhism Arrives in the West, have been acclaimed by audiences worldwide.

She is a graduate of the London Film School and recipient of a Colorado Council on the Arts Creative Fellowship in Media. She retired from video production in 2017, moved back to Colorado and began to devote her time to writing. To learn more visit