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Robert Anton Wilson
Writer of some 35 books Such as Cosmic Trigger, Prometheus Schrodinger's Cat Trilogy Rising, along with co-author of Their Illuminatus!Trilogy, Robert Anton Wilson (RAW or Bob) was a futurist, writer, lecturer, funniest comedianbook, guerrilla ontologist, psychedelic magician, outer mind of the Illuminati, quantum psychologist, and uttered sage, Discordian Pope, Struthian fighter ... possibly. Bob explained his work as an "attempt to break down conditioned institutions, to have a look at the world in a new manner, with different perspectives recognized as maps or models, and no one model elevated to the fact". His goal being "to attempt to get people into a country of generalized agnosticism, not agnosticism around God alone but agnosticism about what." His "Maybe Logic" motivated the creation of the Maybe Logic Academy. Google "Robert Anton Wilson" to get mosbunall info.
The Berkeley mob once called Leary and me “the counter-culture of this counter-culture. ” I’theres some type of antibody in the New Age movement. My role is to raise the possibility, “Hey, you know, some of this stuff may be bullshit. ” See all Robert Anton Wilson products
Amanda Meredith is a drug addict whose foray to the twisted and shadowy world of substance dependency will alter the way that you see the illness of addiction. She has a game playin' son, plus a dog called Tempest. She divides her time between Lexington, KY. and Tyler, Texas. You're able to follow her on www.facebook.com/AddictChick or check out her site: www.AddictChick.com See all Amanda Meredith products
Mark Abramson has been a Midwestern farm boy who joined the wonderful homosexual migration in the 1970s into San Francisco. His writing has appeared in the gay media as far back as Christopher Street, Fag Rag, Gay Sunshine, Mouth of the Dragon and more recently in Lethe Press' acclaimed anthology "Charmed Lives, homosexual spirit in storytelling."
Like his personality Tim Snow, Mark Abramson grew up in Minnesota and once worked as a server in the Castro, but Mark is better known as a bartender and a co-producer with all the late Jim Cvitanich of all "MEN BEHIND BARS, the bartenders' folly" that an annual AIDS benefit, as well as "PIER PRESSURE" and "HIGH TEA" both mega-dance parties on the piers of San Francisco.
Like Tim, Mark had an Aunt Ruth Taylor, but Mark's late maternal grandmother was not a psychic. She died before he was born, although his other grandmother might have been. And his mother does not drink.
In addition to writing the Beach Reading series, he's also written a memoir called "For My Brothers" recounting the AIDS years at San Francisco.
Chuck Klosterman is a New York Times bestselling author and a featured columnist for Esquire, a contributor to the New York Times Magazine, and has written for ESPN, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Believer, and Spin. See all Chuck Klosterman products
Clifford A. Pickover
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Clifford A. Pickover received his Ph.D. from Yale University and is the author of over 30 publications on such subjects as computers and creativity, art, mathematics, black holes, religion, human behavior and intelligence, time travel, alien life, and science fiction.
Pickover is a prolific inventor with dozens of patents, is the associate editor for several journals, the writer of vibrant mystery calendars, and puzzle contributor to magazines geared to kids and grownups.
WIRED magazine writes, "Bucky Fuller thought big, Arthur C. Clarke thinks big, but Cliff Pickover outdoes them both." According to The Los Angeles Times, "Pickover has published nearly a book per year in which he stretches the boundaries of computers, thought and art."
The Christian Science Monitor writes, "Pickover inspires a new generation of da Vincis to develop unfamiliar flying machines and make fresh Mona Lisas." Pickover's computer graphics are featured on the cover of several popular magazines and on TV shows.
His web site, Pickover.Com, has obtained millions of visits. His Website RealityCarnival.Com is one of the most well-known sites. See all Clifford A. Pickover products