In today’s blog post, we continue March’s theme of the Sacred Feminine. Chloë Goodchild, author of The Naked Voice, reflects on the powerful voices that change our lives and the vocal and spiritual influences of Anandamayi on her own work. I didn’t realize until my late twenties that my solo singing voice—as opposed to my choral voice—was going to play an …continue
Category: Literature & the Arts
Hello friends, Throughout its history, North Atlantic Books has presented books on a wide range of subject areas, from health and healing modalities to indigenous wisdom and spirituality. And while the topics of our publishing range widely, a primary theme remains the story of humanity and the exploration of our history, folklore, and cultural foundations. …continue
Poem excerpted from the Io Anthology Created by Richard Grossinger and Lindy Hough in 1965, Io forged an eclectic path through the upheavals of the 1960s in art, literature, science, and the life of the spirit with writing that embraced astrophysics, science fiction, parapsychology, topology, poetry from Black Mountain, Beat, and New American traditions, wisdom …continue
With Halloween just one day away, what better way to celebrate than to share a spooky story? We’ve picked a short story by Theodore Sturgeon from our collection Killdozer!. Poor Yorick If you don’t want to read an unpleasant story, we are even. Because I didn’t want to write it either. It can be told because …continue
Excerpt from A Child’s Life and Other Stories Excerpted from A Child’s Life and Other Stories by Phoebe Gloeckner. © 1996, 1998, 2000 Phoebe Gloeckner.
Guest Post by David Young, Robert Rogers, and Russell Willier In last week’s blog post, the authors of A Cree Healer and his Medicine Bundle discussed the difficulties and sensitive nature of obtaining Native support to publish healing wisdom that was long kept close to the source. Once they got the go-ahead, there were far more immediate and …continue