Tom Thomson: On the Threshold of Magic, by playwright Barry T. Brodie. Through a play exploring Tom Thomson’s legacy and inner journey, along with witty journal entries and visually succulent poetry, he takes the reader through the drama, humour, and tender struggles of the creative journey. “A compelling mediation on the creative process” (Bob Steele, CBC broadcaster).
Paintings by Jennifer Murphy, winner of the Mayor’s Prize in the Floyd Gibson Juried Show at Lawrence House Centre for the Arts in Sarnia, Ontario.
Spirit Doodling, by Victoria Friedman. She writes: “In my experience doodling creates a break or a discontinuity in the chatter of thoughts. There is a space of silence, a river of stillness that opens the door to a secret, bottomless wellspring of expression unknown to the mind.”
Forever's Looking by Ron Friedman. "There is a strange kind of present-moment looking that has become a more frequent companion of mine as the years pass. This looking - which is at the same time a kind of seeing - has no respect for time. At the same instant, it wonders at the present moment. This is what I mean when I speak of 'forever's looking'."
Consider This is an invitation to enter into the mind and heart of Rolland G. Smith. His words are seasoned by over 50 years experience as a professional broadcast journalist, and a lifetime of probing for the real meaning behind the inner and outer experiences of life. This book offers provocative insights and humorous perspectives on the important issues facing the world today.