Praise for The Televisionary OracleMy book The Televisionary Oracle is available at Amazon and Powells.
Here are some blurbs about the book:
"Like a mutant love-child of Jack Kerouac and Anais Nin, Rob Brezsny writes with devilish humor, spiritual audacity, and erotic intensity. The Televisionary Oracle is a kick-ass gnostic tale. Prepare to be astonished." - Jay Kinney, author, Hidden Wisdom: A Guide to the Western Inner Traditions
"Smart and insane, The Televisionary Oracle takes you on a wild inner journey that makes you ask the question, have I done any good in the world? It also makes you wonder, how does a man know so much about the psyche of a woman? A marvelous book. A must read." - Grainne Rhuad, reader
"The Televisionary Oracle's heroine, Rapunzel, is one of recent literature's sexiest female protagonists." - Weekly Alibi
"The Televisionary Oracle is a book so weird it might drive you stark raving sane." - Robert Anton Wilson
"Brilliant! Absorbing! Wildly useful! Rob Brezsny gets my nomination for best prophet in a starring role. He's a script doctor for the soul."
- Marisa Tomei, Academy Award-winning actress
"Millions of people already live their lives in accordance with Rob Brezsny's 'Free Will Astrology' prophecies. But the time has come for a deeper dose of Brezsny's brain. Enter this temple if you dare!" - David Ulansey, author, The Origins of the Mithraic Mysteries
"I am deeply inspired by the illuminated words of Rob Brezsny. He is a word wizard for the soul." - SARK, author/artist, Succulent Wild Woman
"The prose is poetic, circular, dancing, combining the narrative voices of Anais Nin, Tom Robbins, and David Ignatow." - Rain Taxi
"What Rob Brezsny does with words is grammarye, the Old English term for magic. With his strange brew of macho feminism and poetic rationalism, Brezsny weaves a yarn crazy enough to be true and real enough to subvert the literalist virus of cynicism now immobilizing the collective mindscape." - Antero Alli, author of Astrologik, Angel Tech, and The Vertical Oracle
I'd be grateful if those of you who enjoyed *The Televisionary Oracle* would write your reviews of it on Amazon, Powells, or Barnes & Noble.
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