Yesterday on the North Atlantic Books Facebook page, we asked fans to guess whether coconut is a fruit, a seed, or a nut. The answer? Well, it’s tricky, because the answer could be all three, OR, none of them! A coconut is actually considered a drupe, which the Library of Congress defines as “a fruit …continue
Author: Kat Engh
When William Mistele’s book Undines: Lessons from the Realm of the Water Spirits was released two years ago, the author shared a unique perspective from the water elementals — that of mermaid queens. With his new book, Mermaids, Sylphs, Gnomes, and Salamenders: Dialogues with the Kings and Queens of Nature, Mistele returns not only to reveal further …continue
As a non-profit (and a publisher with integrity), it’s important for us at NAB to “walk the walk” as often as possible, but when author Robert David Steele first asked us to put his entire book, The Open-Source Everything Manifesto, online for free, I must admit, an eyebrow raised. It’s not a traditional business practice …continue
Giveaway: Enter to Win a Copy of The Reincarnation of Peter Proud Before David Fincher Brings it to the Silver Screen!
Sometimes a story comes along that is written with such cinematic style that it begs to be translated to film, but like any great work of art, it takes the right set of visionaries to do it well. Television writer and novelist Max Ehrlich published his psychological dreamscape thriller, The Reincarnation of Peter Proud, to …continue
San Francisco-Bay Area psychedelic enthusiasts are in for a real treat from the spirit vine this month. On May 23, The Marsh Theater in the Mission District will present “Wind in a Mirror…Ayahuasca Visions” with writer/performer Josie Hyde. For one lucky newsletter subscriber, Hyde’s offering a FREE ticket to see the performance, which is appearing …continue
Excerpt from The Aaron/Q’uo Dialogues: An Extraordinary Conversation between Two Spiritual Guides by Barbara Brodsky and Carla Rueckert Carla’s Story Carla: I had met Don Elkins, a college professor and a researcher into the paranormal and UFOs, when I was an undergraduate English Literature major in college. In 1962, I began attending his experimental meditation …continue