The Televisionary Oracle

My book The Televisionary Oracle has been reprinted.

After reading the book, novelist Tom Robbins wrote: "I've seen the future of American literature, and its name is Rob Brezsny."

Here's a review.

Excerpts from the review:

"If there is any one thing that stands out in this book above all else, it is Brezsny’s use of imagery. Not only does he bring his characters and settings to life with a lucid dreaming vividness, but he creates Technicolor imaginaries out of insane word collages."

"Brezsny holds his own place next to other cultural shamans such as Robert Anton Wilson, Timothy Leary, Reverend Ivan Stang, William S. Burroughs, and Ken Kesey."

"Brezsny has also spent a number of years as a musician. His band, World Entertainment War, was signed to MCA Records, managed by Bill Graham, one of the most famous names in rock history, and one of their albums won the California scene's equivalent of a Grammy."

"Brezsny is most well-known for his work as an astrological columnist. His weekly "Free Will Astrology" is currently syndicated in 124 newspapers internationally and claims a readership of nine million. Brezsny's column sets itself apart from other astrology blurbs by its reliance on creative problem-solving through mythical, literary, and cultural allusions. Rather than a by-the-numbers, fortune-cookie-style take on astrology, Brezsny creates a column that is actually fun to read and, more often than not, educational."