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The Map of Wilderland: Ecocritical Reflections on Tolkien’s Myth of Wilderness

The Map of Wilderland Ecocritical Reflections on Tolkien’s Myth of Wilderness By Amber Lehning Examining the mythic importance of wilderness in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth A study of [...]

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New Book: Illusions of More: A Story out of Shadow

Illusions of More: A Story out of Shadow by Janiece Anjali “One can easily miss archetypal events.” —Mare von Franz Today, pending legislation in many states is designed to pressure public-school [...]

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New Book: The Sacred Well Murders

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New Book: Racial Legacies: Jung, Politics and Culture

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New Book – Forged in Darkness: The Many Paths of Personal Transformation by Joanna LaPrade

Forged in Darkness: The Many Paths of Personal Transformation by Joanna LaPrade The book was born from Joanna’s doctoral disseration at Pacifica and she would love to share this [...]

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New Book: Soul of Caregiving, A Caregiver’s Guide to Healing and Transformation

Soul of Caregiving, A Caregiver’s Guide to Healing and Transformation Dr. Edward M Smink writes: Revision is a common human practice. Said another way, revision asks us to adjust, to modify, and [...]

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Hendrika de Vries honored with NYC Big Book Award

Hendrika de Vries honored with NYC Big Book Award That little toy war dog just keeps winning awards! From the author: Dear Friends, I am thrilled to share that my memoir When a Toy Dog Became a [...]

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New Book: Trans Sex: Clinical Approaches to Trans Sexualities and Erotic Embodiments

Trans Sex: Clinical Approaches to Trans Sexualities and Erotic Embodiments By Lucie Fielding Despite the increasing visibility of trans and non-binary folx in media, political representation, and [...]

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New Book: The Serpent and the Swan by Ashland Pym

The Serpent and the Swan by Ashland Pym (Mythological Studies, PhD 2020) She’s not quite human, but is she as dangerous as they believe? Cygna has been kept under the shadow of secrecy for two [...]