Stephen Crimi has a degree in English literature from Union College, and spent over a decade in traditional Yoga study at Yoga Anand Ashram in Amityville, NY. He’s been previously published in Moksha Journal and Journal of Anthroposophy in Australia. He’s done time as an editor, estate gardener, cook, massage therapist, and most recently, running a biodynamic garden and fiber farm, Philosophy Farm, for twelve years with his wife of three decades, Krys. They now live in the city of Asheville, in the mountains of North Carolina, where they continue to garden and midwife literature. Stephen was born in Brooklyn, and raised on the streets of Ozone Park, NYC. This is his first book.
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How to Talk to Rockstars
by Alli Marshall
Music is a universal language, but sometimes it needs an interpreter. How to Talk to Rockstars is a beautiful tale of love, music, and the love of music.
Katabatic Wind: Good Craic Fueled by Fumes from the Abyss
by Stephen Crimi
Katabatic Wind is an inspired collection of essays drawn from the lost unknown sacred tradition of the West, remembering our mythology, and remembering how to become human. The kernel of these essays is loss, longing for return, and the grief of living in a society without an inkling of this original sacred origin story.
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