Take Me to the River
A series of essays on the neuroscience underpinning of stories that readers remember over long periods of time.
A multidisciplinary exploration of alternatives to Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey including workshops, lecture presentations, and website blog.
The Year of the Unicorn
An interconnected of personal essays on marathon-like endeavors inspired by running the 2013 and 2014 Boston Marathons, my triathlete buddies, and those I’ve known who’ve undertaken far harder tasks, usually involuntarily.
The Odd Direction of Heaven
Memoir combining psychology, neurobiology, and history.
How We Are Changed by the Things That Don’t Happen
A braided essay examining narratives that revolve around the thing that didn’t happen.
An adult humor picture book about an avatar who wants to run a marathon but on many days is more interested in hir identity as runner than in training.
Tell Me A Children’s Story
Artist Book on narrative arcs in children’s literature.