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My life was shaped to a large extent by books, three in particular: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith; My Life, by Isadora Duncan; and Walden, by Henry David Thoreau. I read these books many times over, relishing in the authors' vision of the world. What did I learn? Don't be afraid to dream. Don't be afraid to be different from others and carve your own path. Don't be afraid to seek your truth and live it.

Books are the foundation of a life well lived. With books we can explore the far reaches of our world and the immense valleys and mountains of our minds and hearts. Our travels can be enchanting, exhausting, despairing, and joyous. We can cry and we can laugh. Authors, do you know the importance and potential of the words you put in print?

For me, publishing books is about sending words and ideas into the world to become that foundation. I look for manucripts that say something important, that offer a small piece of what we all need to make sense of our lives. And I believe that the design of a book should complement its content and help convey its message. That's why each book we publish is unique.

I am very proud of all the books in our catalog. Each one touched me in some way when I first read it. I invite you to read one and see for yourself.

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Christine Brooks Cote
Founder and Publisher

 

In this beautifully presented book, poet Naomi Beth Wakan joins founder of Shanti Arts and photographer Christine Brooks Cote to offer glimpses into their “now and here.” Wakan wrote tanka—a format of five-line poems originating in Japan—in response to photographs by Cote. Wakan chose this particular format because it starts with an objective description of the image— “Early morning / the dew still resting / where it settled”—and then pivots to the poet's subjective reaction—“would we could wake refreshed / to look at things in new ways”. Cote’s photographs are the perfect inspiration for a poet—“you’re looking at my life and what I love; you’re seeing bits and pieces of places I have been; and you’re catching glimpses of the best moments of my life.” The title, Now and Here, comes from Henry David Thoreau: " . . . all these times and places and occasions are now and here.”

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Angel Rain
Art Beck


Relics and Rituals
Tracy Ross


Faith Is a Verb
Lorraine Ferebee

     

Interfaith Christian Theology
in Time of Transformation

Harvey H. Honig, PhD


Time Together
Naomi Beth Wakan
Elias Wakan


Night Journey
Richard Widerkehr

     

Prevailing Winds
Joseph Stanton


Fallen Star
Molly Chanson


A Charm of Finches
Suzanne Rogier Marshall

     

Slow Dancing with Fire
Brahna Yassky


Wine-Dark Sea
Scott Edward Anderson


Upstream:
In the Alaska Wilderness

Eric Wade

 

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