LITERARY SCIENCE FICTION--The Archives of Varok
Dr. Jean Bolen (author of Goddesses in Every Woman) calls this story "…a perfect metaphor of Jungian individuation." Now back in print in POD version as an Authors Guild Backinprint.com Edition. Originally published by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1975; Millington, London, 1976; and Dell Publishing Co., New York, 1977.
The 1990 updated version of "A Place Beyond Man," coming in 2014. Excerpt on Goodreads, Cary Neeper, first blog. Comment on the new action-packed beginning!
80,803 words. Can two individuals, alien to each other, find a way to communicate before their species destroy each other in a clash of values?
Released December 4, 2012 in hardback, trade paperback, and e-editions. Disruption and re-instating of the steady-state on Varok serves as an example for Earth
96,302 words. Dangerous alien venture on a recovering Earth.
118,424 words. Exploration of self-actualization and theology on the aquatic world of ellls.
No-growth economics depends on a stable population.
Anything we do could be amplified in the long run.
Complexity defines meaning for our lives, even if the long run cannot be predicted.
A naive geologist attempts to help New Mexico control its oilfield wastes, but finds his efforts entangled in two murders and a supranational conspiracy.
A thousand years from now a young woman with an identity crisis defends the personhood of her alien and animal friends, as humans tackle their most difficult challenge.
In this sci-fi musical melodrama set in 3002 CE, aliens and humans discover the danger of putting too much stock in occult symbols.
Exploration of complexity, its indicators, embedded chaos, and value in human organization.
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