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Io Anthology free pdf "Io Anthology "celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of this formative journal and commemorates its role in opening a path to decades of innovative publishing.Bringing together in one volume the quirky blend of artistic and scholarly writing that characterized the literary journal, this book is a greatest hits collection of the major pieces published from 1965 to 1993. It features very early work from Stephen King, Gary Snyder, Jayne Anne Phillips, and many others, with forewords by writer and filmmaker Miranda July and historical ecologist Robin Grossinger, the daughter and son of the editors, who grew up with "Io "and were in part initiated in their careers by its household presence. "Io "forged an eclectic path through the upheaveals of the 1960s in art, literature, science, and the life of the spirit with writing that embraced astrophysics, science fiction, parapsychology, topology, poetry from Black Mountain, Beat, and New American traditions, wisdom from Hopi and Iglulik elders, homeopathy, hermetics, alchemy and the occult, astrology, Tibetan Buddhism, and Sufism. Portrayingthe roots and spirit which impelled"Io"to evolve into a publishing company, this volume shows the seriousness and depth of content which continues toenliven North Atlantic Books."

About Richard Grossinger

RICHARD GROSSINGER and LINDY HOUGH are the founding editors of "Io" magazine and the founding publishers of North Atlantic Books. Grossinger is the author of many books, ranging from early experimental prose and science fiction to the science and culture of the heavens. Hough is the author of five books of poetry, including "Wild Horses and Wild Dreams: New and Selected Poems 1971-2010"and"Wondrous Child: The Joys and Challenges of Grandparenting."They live in Portland, Maine."

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Author : Richard Grossinger
Publisher : North Atlantic Books,U.S.
Data Published : 20 December 2015
ISBN : 1583949925
EAN : 9781583949924
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 896 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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