The mission of Prism Light Press is to provide avenues of understanding and awareness through shared stories. Our goal is to publish and produce transformative works of fiction and nonfiction in the form of ebooks, print books, podcasts and blogs, joining our voices with the great chorus of those who sing of the unlimited potential and possibilities of being human.
The poems, essays, rants, and stories in this anthology were written in the immediate aftermath of the most contentious election that any of us can remember. They represent a visceral and often raw reaction, with contributions from established (and even iconic) writers, and we have contributions from young people just discovering their voice.
In this interview with writer Pat MacEnulty, Sufi teacher and mystic Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee discusses his Jungian philosophy, the teacher-disciple relationship, oneness, and his hopes and fears for humanity.
Drawing on her own experiences as a former drug addict along with the experiences of other recovered addicts and alcoholics, Pat MacEnulty has formulated seven tools to conquer a variety of addictions, including food, nicotine, drugs, alcohol or sex. Incorporating the teachings of mystics and spiritual traditions, MacEnulty offers a simple guide for transformation.
In this fantasy by Pat MacEnulty and Freedan Wakoa everyone on the planet Lumin is born with wings, but have forgotten how to fly. Now they use flying machines, and the elite people have their wings surgically removed. No one even attempts to fly. But Alixandra yearns to use her wings to soar through the air. If she is to achieve her goal, she must learn how to trust and how to believe.
Age of Discovery
on Sep. 07, 2013
First, Age of Discovery is for adults, make no mistake. The book is a graphic, intensely physical account of a love affair between a grown man and woman that ranges from sweet romance to bondage and exploration into the secret things lovers do for and to each other. It is intensely erotic, and at the same time thoughtful and philosophical. The author must be an avid reader of Henry Miller and Anais Nin, as well as any contemporary author of Adult Erotic Romance you can name. Take it from me, women will love this book!