Rumi's Field

Rumi's Field

by Timothy Scott Bennett


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781936879038
Publisher: Blue Hag Books
Publication date: 01/29/2017
Pages: 668
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.34(d)

About the Author

Timothy Scott Bennett was born in Michigan in 1958, the same year the U.S. launched the Explorer 1 satellite and the Great Chinese Famine began. Always the polymath, he has studied astrophysics, theology, anthropology, and philosophy; painted watercolors and installed broken tile mosaics; founded and lived in intentional communities; raised children; restored houses; performed stage combat and local theater; learned a bit of Russian, and played in a rock band. He's a dogged questioner of cultures, paradigms, beliefs, and assumptions, and seeks to balance paradox and uncertainty whenever he can. In 2003 he met his second wife, Sally, who was able to fully see who he was. Thus empowered, he wrote, directed, and edited the feature-length "cult classic" documentary, What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire. He followed that up with the science-fiction adventure novel All of the Above, and the sequel, Rumi's Field. He lives in North Carolina, where squirrels stare at him through the windows and jabber their unsolicited advice. He 's working on a non-fiction account of his relationship with Sally tentatively titled Asperger's in Love: A Relationship Across the Spectrum. He walks the unraveling human world while reaching for the stars, pondering the eternal questions, and wondering whether the squirrels can be trusted.

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