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The Liminal Loop is about to launch!

I am pleased to announce that after two years of development, the anthology of liminality, The Liminal Loop: Astonishing Stories of Discovery and Hope, is ready to launch! Eighteen international authors wrestle with the in-between states of existence by way of their own expertise, contexts and experience. Together, they create an unforgettable description of the vast transitional states we cross as well as the ways we can foster resilience and strong liminal leadership.

I am honored to have served as the editor of this project published by The Lutterworth Press, the second anthology of its kind I have edited for Lutterworth. The Foreword is written by singer-songwriter Carrie Newcomer. We have chapters on the theory of liminality, ritual, personal transformation, developing resilience in liminal space, social movements and issues, the liminal dimensions of pandemics, the ecological crisis, education abroad, therapeutic practices and liminality, and liminality and the arts.

Though the book will soon be “live” through all the main book distributors, but you may pre-order your own copy now by clicking here.

If there was ever a time to gather tools around us for understanding vast and confusing times of transition, that would be now!