Honey on the Razor's Edge: Collected Poems, 1960-2017
Honey on the Razor's Edge by John Yanovitch, Professor of Philosophy and teacher of Zen Buddhism, is the full and complete corpus of fifty-eight years of a writing life. This collection is a sharing of a rich life of experience with any brave soul who might want to take up a poem or two in heart with the writer.
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The Body Electric
In the spirit of Walt Whitman’s “I Sing the Body Electric,” this new anthology celebrates the human body in all of its diversity. The collection includes works by contemporary poets, writers, artists, and photographers, providing a fresh focus on our human flesh.
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The Creative Self
The Creative Self is a fifteen week program that uses self-exploration and self-examination as a vehicle for creative expression. The text is unique in the world of creativity studies because it focuses on the things that people know best and are most interested in—their own human identity, appearance, personality, life stories, relationships, and inner turmoil—to provide the inspiration needed to unleash the creative spark that often lies dormant within most individuals.
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Dust and Light: Poems, After Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
Dust and Light presents a montage of 36 poems based on the life and writings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, the Jesuit priest, paleontologist, philosopher, and author who died in 1955. The poems dramatize Teilhard’s lifelong endeavor to reconcile religion and science, as well as his conflict with the Catholic Church over his ideas and his own personal quest for justice, order, and love.
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