A trip through 1970s California in search of the last remaining sources of freedom.
Huston Bartley's new novella explores the audio and visuals that quietly inspired generations and where they all lead to.
Spaced In follows two protagonists determined to live life correctly, eliminating anyone who gets in their way, and examines what happens when rational behavior reaches a pure equilibrium in a society where all problems are tackled from the outside in and value is subverted by returns.
An author struggling with writer's block takes the well-worn path of visiting India's tourist must-sees for inspiration. A mountain climber doing everything to stay out of sight and avoid writing about his adventures tries to free himself from the trap of searching for sources. Together, a story within a story emerges to free the mind from the binds of ego, belief systems, addiction and culture.
After years of research, Dr. Eva Sounder comes with a comprehensive guide to living with hypochondria. After a brief trip through the history, Dr. Sounder outlines the fundamentals, prevailing conditions, alternative approaches and how to self-actu
Set in the near future, The Lost Artists is a story of the organization of art and artists according to government sponsorship. Perfectly arranged art zones provide a utopia for commercial artists. Meanwhile, the Artistic Foundation is shoring up the unlicensed areas of artistic expression in the city.
Spencer Lurie's farewell account of how he learned to walk himself to a better state of mind.
It's a guide to exercise, the mind and how to use space to change the way you look at the world. Lurie breaks down how he went from learning to walk properly to freeing his mind.
Set in London in the days leading up to the financial crisis, The Suited Freeman is the story of a share trader who gives up everything to set an idea in motion that had burned inside him for years. It's a dark and light serious comedy about money, work, loyalty to an idea and maybe more.