Classical Considerations: Musings Prompted by the Late Harvard Master John H. Finley, Jr.

Life’s foundational questions come elegantly to the fore in this skillfully crafted nonfiction story about the late John H. Finley, Jr. For 51 years Finley was the celebrated and erudite Eliot Professor of the Classics at Harvard. Luminous and compellingly relevant, his story leads readers into direct engagement with the fundamental wisdom questions of a fulfilled life. More

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About Steven McFadden

I've been an independent writer since 1975 when I graduated from journalism school at Boston University. Since then I've been happily involved with my life's work writing, and consulting. Over the years I've authored hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles, blog posts, and over a dozen nonfiction books.

It's my honor to have served as the author of an epic, nonfiction saga of contemporary America, Odyssey of the 8th Fire. It's freely available online at www.8thfire.net Odyssey of the 8th Fire is the true, epic saga of a historic pilgrimage for the earth across North America by people of all colors and faiths under the Sky Sign of the Whirling Rainbow. The 8th Fire arises from the deepest roots of our land. In it, circles upon circles, elders make a great and generous giveaway of the teachings they carry.

The titles I have listed on Smashwords arise out of the Soul*Sparks publishing venture in which I partner with my wife, Elizabeth Wolf.

As of 2019, I'm designating Chiron Communications, my umbrella publishing venture, as the publisher for the book I've recently finished writing, "Deep Agroecology: Farms, Food, and Our Future." The eBook version will be available here on Smashwords.

Peace and good cheer, Steven

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