November 20, 2011

I loved visiting Chautauqua Institution during the summer of 2011. In that beautiful setting, I spoke to the Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle (the oldest continuous book club in America) about the writing of "One Hundred Names for Love."

A dramatic love story that combines science, inspiration, wisdom, and heart.
A true WWII story of people, animals, and subversive acts of compassion.
A book that celebrates nature at dawn, many forms of awakening, and the healing power of nature.
A poetic exploration of the mysteries of the brain and the marvel of the mind.
A natural history of the garden, by an intellectual sensualist. “An enchanting book.”--New York Times Book Review
A celebration of the five senses. "An aphrodisiac for the sense receptors." --Chicago tribune
A special caliber of play that awakens the most creative, sentient, and joyful aspects of our inner selves.
Adventure stories among endangered animals.
More adventures among endangered animals.
A memoir about learning to fly and what that teaches one about the world.
A delightfully witty collection of poems showing how the senses enrich the experiences of all living beings.