Heather Tosteson and Charles. D. Brockett, Editors
Wholeness is an emergent phenomena, real as life, breath, consciousness—and, like them, can't be explained or predicted by its component parts. It's that something more that heals and reveals possibilities we could not see before. It can hold opposites, reconcile what seems completely incompatible. It can change what follows in ways we never imagined. When and where have we experienced a sense of wholeness? How did we recognize it? How did it shift our ways of being in ourselves, with each other, and with what lies beyond? Can it be described? Shared? Does it require a sense of wonder—or create it?
In this Wising Up Anthology, forty-eight talented writers of different ages, countries, ethnicities, and religions explore the experience of wholeness and its impact on our lives through poetry, fiction, memoir, non-fiction, and image.
ISBN: 978-1-7376940-7-6 pp. 298
Deidra Greenleaf Allan, Laura Apol, Brian Michael Barbeito, Charles Brockett, Patricia Cannon, Ricks Carson, Beth Christensen, Marian Mathews Clark, Suzanna C. de Baca, Deidra Suwanee Dees, Norita Dittberner-Jax, Meera Jacob Elamatha, Chris Ellery, Louis Faber, Yessenia Gutierrez, Thea Heard, Lisa Hockstein, Gaye D. Holman, Daniel M. Jaffe, Cyndy Krey, Larry Lefkowitz, Gabrielle LeMay, Eisha A. Mason, Maisie McAdoo, Ted Millar, Jeanette Miller, Randy Minnich, Keshawna Mooney, Ellen Birkett Morris, Sharon Lask Munson, Geetha Nair G., Jason A. Ney, Isabella Ojeda-Ahmed, Nancy Werkling Poling, Linda Quinlan, Ranjani Rao, Sarah Rosenblatt, Mary Kay Rummel, Richard Schiffman, Sherry Shahan, Laurence Snydal, C.P. Surendran, Wilson R. M. Taylor, Heather Tosteson, Johnny Townsend, Jen Webb, Sara Weitzman, James Wyshynski