Gail Thomas, editor
Essays by ten contributors invite us to remember and respect the reality and variety of inspiration required for fullness of humanity and community. The myth of Pegasus is presented as a mode of imagining the city and each of the nine muses is explored as a guiding presence in the diverse expressions of human creativity. This creativity is explored not only in the traditional realms of the arts, but in the domains of history, science, and popular culture. Contributing authors: Robert Sardello, Gail Thomas, Joanne Stroud, Frederick Turner, Robert S. Dupree, Robert Trammell, Daniel Russ, Mary Lou Hoyle, Dona S. Gower, and Eileen Gregory.
ISBN: 0-911005-26-9 131 pages. Paper, biblio.
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