Books

Hay House Writer’s Workshop in San Francisco

The Writer's Workshop in San Francisco features a series of lectures and events and an impressive array of featured authors. This event is sponsored by Hay House and will be held on October 5...

John E. Welshons and the Open Heart

Tomorrow, May 21st, at 7 PM EST, I have the honor of interviewing renowned spiritual writer, John E. Welshons for Tiferet Talk. In addition to authoring the books One Soul, One Love, One Heart:...

Radical Peace: People Refusing War

I thought you might like to read the concluding chapter of my new book, RADICAL PEACE: People Refusing War. Just published by Trine Day, it's a journey along diverse paths of nonviolence, the true...

The Glowing Inner Cavern

From the book Wellsprings: A Fable of Consciousness By William T. Hathaway Wellsprings: A Fable of Consciousness is set in 2026 as the earth's ecosystem has broken down under human abuse. Water supplies are shrinking. Rain is...

There Is No Other by Jonathan Papernick now available.

I just want to let you know that my new collection of short stories There Is No Other is now available for pre-order from Amazon.com at a 32% discount. Please order early and often. Here's...

Emerson and the Dream of America

Emerson and the Dream of America connects the life and work of Ralph Waldo Emerson to the informing ideas of America’s founding. It hopes to show that Emerson was one of our most important...

First chapter of proposed book “The New American Kibbutz Movement: A Manifestation of Spiritual...

I would love to have feedback on this Chapter 1 Why Bother? “It is not good for man to be alone.” This is the passage in Genesis referring to the creation of Eve, a “help meet.”...

Mary Jo Bang Translates Dante’s Poetry with Pop Culture Twist

Poet Mary Jo Bang translates Dante's 'Inferno,' and gives it an update A great many college students give up on “The Divine Comedy,” usually after they’ve determined in which circle of hell they are destined...

Don’t destroy that journal!

I am reading Lawrence Shainberg's 1995 memoir, AMBIVALENT ZEN for the third time.  I probably won't read it all again -- just browsing this time, finding sections that catch my eye.  It's laugh out...

A public exhibition

Here I sit, hunched over my construction paper, gripping a crayon so tightly that it snaps in half. Arm curved protectively around the paper, so close that it curls and crimps the corners of...