Paul West

Arts Remembrance: Homage to Paul West — The Cosmic Range of an Eccentric Genius

October 18, 2016
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“Surely the passion for the plain, the homespun, the banal is itself a form of betrayal, a refusal to look honestly at a complex universe.”

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Book Commentary: A Thousand Words for Paul West

June 19, 2011
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Paul West’s goal is to expand consciousness through the uninhibited play of the imagination, to revel in the glory of words, not to preach lessons in civic do-gooding. And that anarchistic intensity has gotten him into trouble with those who mistakenly believe that exploring the mind of evil indicates approval.

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Book Review: One Hundred Names for Love

June 18, 2011
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ONE HUNDRED NAMES FOR LOVE is an intermittently engaging and very useful book for millions of partners, parents, children, friends and caretakers of stroke victims as well as anyone else interested in the workings of the mind.

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