This week, William T. Hathaway shares his story on how he was inspired to write visionary fiction. Read how he steered his pain toward a creative path: At the age of 15 I decided … Continue reading →
By Victor E. Smith
“We tried mightily to get the retailing powers to start a visionary fiction shelf. We came close with Walden, but the suits at B&N, alas, took the position of ‘no one is coming into the store asking for visionary fiction’,” said editor Bob Friedman of the situation as he saw it at Hampton Roads Publishing some years ago.
Where sex and spirituality meet is in the experience of dropping boundaries, of feeling expansion, dissolution, limitlessness. In both, we can have the experience of dissolving into a larger existence, … Continue reading →
(You can read Part 1 of Theresa Crater’s series on Visionary Fiction author Dion Fortune here.) “He thought less of death than most people think of emigration; in fact, he seemed to regard … Continue reading →