Why can’t non-fiction find aesthetic beauty? These collections of targentially related subjects and themes delve into questions of the nature of consciousness, science and empiricism, models of knowledge and ways of knowing but not from the impersonal third person voice and not from the jargon drenched language common in technical and scholarly journal publications.

I enjoy being part of this written community and reading the works of others.I’ve never talked about writing.  I’m always on the look out for mentors.

Thanks for spending time here. Please reach out if you are so inclined.  I’d be excited to hear from you.




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