Toward a Holistic Intelligence
Life on the Other Side of the Digital Barrier
(Rowman & Littlefield Education)
is a critical examination of how the Internet, our current digital age, and people’s continuous use of digital devices is adversely affecting their thought processes, working memories, attention spans, and overall level of intelligence.


Intelligence in the Digital Age
How the Search for Something Larger May Be Imperiled
(Rowman & Littlefield Education)
Examines how our current Internet age and people’s use of digital technologies may be affecting their mental capacities and emotive lives in ways in which it will become increasingly difficult for those people to explore a larger, more expansive consciousness.


Creative Learning for the Information Age
How Classrooms Can Better Prepare Students
(Rowman & Littlefield Education)
Examines how students in their formative years can learn in a more creative manner and can become successful in an age in which knowledge travels so rapidly and is transformed so quickly.


Our Results-Driven, Testing Culture
How It Adversely Affects Students’ Personal Experience
(Rowman & Littlefield Education)
A discussion of why genuinely healthy learning not only cannot often be measured by empirical results like grades and test scores, but also why such external evaluations often initiate an irreversible process of dulled, disembodied experience in young learners.


Learning Not Schooling
Reimagining the Purpose of Education
(Rowman & Littlefield Education)
An examination of how both the curiosity and initiative of students in their formative years can be stimulated by partnering local schools with the worlds of adult work and professional expertise.


How to Prepare Students for the Information Age and Global Marketplace
Creative Learning in Action
(Rowman & Littlefield Education)
Examines how the structure of schools might be changed so that students are able to learn in a manner which allows them to be creative in preparation for the dynamics of the current information age.


The Dark Heart of the NightThe Dark Heart of the Night
The Dark Heart of the Night is an interracial story of friendship involving two young women who have been marginalized by the world in which they live. Addison Wallis is a young white Goth girl studying philosophy at the graduate level at a local college. Coming to believe that there are certain people who are not bound by the same ethics and morality which most everyone else lives by, she endeavors to live beyond these.


Exploring the Fabric of SpaceExploring the Fabric of Space
Albert Einstein and Franz Kafka were together in Prague, Austria during the years 1911 and 1912, both occasionally part of a certain high-brow literary salon. At the exact point in time in which they were there, both were at a critical juncture in their lives’ works, a place which must have appeared to each of them to be maddeningly close to their eventual goals as they looked over their respective precipices toward regions of space and time that came to define the essence of each man; Einstein probing the geometry of space itself while Kafka with his writing pushing into the most hidden, secretive corners of inner space.