Cover by Zelda Gatuskin
Trade paper -- 192 pp.
thoughts about consciousness
written and illustrated by Zelda Leah Gatuskin
Here is a creative exploration of the nature of time, human perception and the social forms we establish for managing our inner and outer realities. Gatuskin first describes her motivation and process; the writings which follow move through impressionistic, stream-of-consciousness styles to more focused and linear works, interspersed with poetry and parts of dreams.
|An intimate glimpse into a subtle intellect working some of humanity's most profound questions....Time and Temperature is a book for thoughtful people, and I recommend it to those who enjoy exploring ideas and who, perhaps, are searching for their own answers to questions about truth, purpose, and ultimate reality.|
|—Paul H. Deal, author of WALKING THE TAO|
|Zelda Gatuskin blends prose, poetry and art in a profound and personal exploration of writing and life. Her journey is one that anyone living a creative life will identify with and appreciate.|
|—Mark David Gerson, author of THE VOICE OF THE MUSE|
|Gatuskin chronicles the mischievous life of the mind where games, dreams, and meditations spar and inspire.|
|—Marilyn Stablein, author of SLEEPING IN CAVES|
|Time and Temperature speaks to women of now, where we are in the evolutionary path, in our thinking and midnight pondering; it is a conversation and an enlightenment and a sharing and a yeasty growing.|
|—Leona Mason Heitsch, author of LEAVES and TOWARD WANTING MORE|
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