This is a tribute to
who has over the years proven to be a tireless supporter of our community!
Reaching out into the imaginal, he has created what Ibn ‘Arabi would call a barzakh—a reconciling bridge—which occupies the gap between material reality and the world of ideas. Each image draws us deep into questions about what happens when the “real” world is deconstructed back into the various fragments of emotion, thought, and tactile sensation that assemble themselves into our ordinary impressions.… This is a book you will find yourself picking up in those idle moments when the mind is in need of an unusual piece of stimulation; a special tidbit, something out of the ordinary. Every time you pick it up, it will look new all over again. — Lee Van Laer —from the ForewordCurrently, I am working on raising funds through Rocket Hub in order to be able to publish 100 hard copies.