nancy C. Andreasen
THE CrEATIVE BrAIN
The Science of Genius
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Frank X. Barron, Alfonso Montuori,
and Anthea Barron, editors
CrEATOrS ON CrEATING
Awakening and Cultivating
the Imaginative Mind
A New Consciousness Reader
This collection of over three dozen essays ponders the essence of creativity. Includes selections
from Henry Miller, Federico Fellini, Rainer
Maria Rilke, Isadora Duncan, Frank Zappa, and
Tarcher • 256 pp. • 978-0-87477-854-0 • $15.95
BECOMING A WrITEr
Foreword by John Gardner
A reissue of a classic work published in 1934 on
writing and the creative process, that recaptures
the excitement of Dorothea Brande’s creative
writing classroom of the 1920s.
Tarcher • 192 pp. • 978-0-87477-164-0 • $12.95
Stuart Brown, M. D.
with Christopher Vaughn
How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the
Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul
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THE Ar TIST’S WAy
A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity
Based on the principle that creative expression is
the natural direction of life, Cameron leads
aspiring and working artists through a comprehensive twelve-week program to recover creativity from a variety of blocks, replacing them
with artistic confidence and productivity.
Tarcher • 240 pp. • 978-1-58542-146-6 • $15.95
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Michele Cassou and Steward Cubley
lIFE, PAINT, AND PASSION
Reclaiming the Magic
of Spontaneous expression
Illustrated by Natalie Goldberg
Through lively interviews with students, the
authors explore painting as a practice that facilitates the ecstasy of unfettered expression.
Tarcher • 186 pp. • 978-0-87477-810-6 • $19.95
Ar T AS EXPErIENCE
Based originally on Dewey’s lectures on aesthetics, this book is considered the most distinguished work ever written by an American on
the formal structures and characteristic effects of
all the arts.
Perigee • 368 pp. • 978-0-399-53197-2 • $14.95
CrEATIVE JOUrNAl WrITING
The Art and Heart of Reflection
Discover inspirational instructions, 125 starter
topics, and 40 powerful exercises for implementing this life-transforming tool.
Tarcher • 272 pp. • 978-1-58542-686-7 • $13.95
Dr. Betty edwards
THE NEW DrAWING ON THE
rIGHT SIDE OF THE BrAIN
“Not only a book about drawing, it is a book
about living. This brilliant approach to the
teaching of drawing should not be dismissed as
a mere text. It emancipates.”— The Los Angeles
Times. This revised edition includes the very latest on brain research and new material on using
drawing techniques in the corporate world.
Tarcher • 312 pp. • 978-0-87477-424-5 • $17.95
See also Color 978-1-58542-219-7
Ar T AND SOUl
notes on Creating
Penguin • 160 pp. • 978-0-14-019347-3 • $11.95
The Healing Art of Poem-Making
A rich collection of poetry and poetry-creating
exercises to help begin the healing process.
Tarcher • 978-0-87477-882-3 • $17.95
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THE Ar T OF NON-CONFOrMITy
Set Your Own Rules, Live the Life You
Want, and Change the World
Challenges common assumptions about how
people should live and work, and motivates readers to create their own ideal life, working harder
than they ever have on work they really love.
Perigee • 256 pp. • 978-0-399-53610-6 • $14.95
Willis Harman, and Howard Rheingold
Liberating the unconscious
for Breakthrough Insights
Tarcher • 264 pp. • 978-0-87477-335-4 • $16.95
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yOUr MyTHIC JOUrNEy
Finding the Meaning in Your Life
through Writing and Storytelling
Offers readers the tools to detect the storyline in
their own lives and to write and tell that story in
a step-by-step fashion.
Tarcher • 240 pp. • 978-0-87477-543-3 • $14.95
WHErE GOOD IDEAS COME FrOM
The natural History of Innovation
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CATCHING THE BIG FISH
Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity
Lynch provides a rare window into his methods
as an artist and his personal working style, writing candidly about the tremendous creative benefits he has gained from his thirty-two year
commitment to practicing Transcendental Meditation.
Tarcher • 192 pp. • 978-1-58542-540-2 • $19.95
and 39 Other Keys to Creativity
MacLeod has opinions on everything from marketing to the meaning of life, but one of his main
subjects is creativity. Ignore Everyone expands on
his sharpest insights, wittiest cartoons, and most
Portfolio • 176 pp. • 978-1-59184-259-0 • $23.95
Improvisation in Life and Art
The celebrated work on the power of spontaneous creativity. “If you want to be intellectually
informed about how people actually create
things, then you should read it at least once.”—
Robert M. Pirsig.
Tarcher • 224 pp. • 978-0-87477-631-7 • $13.95
Helen Palmer, editor
Insight, and Intuition
A New Consciousness Reader
Essays on exercising the mind, understanding
synchronicity, experiencing “flow,” establishing
communication between the conscious and subconscious, utilizing the active imagination, listening to the body’s feedback, and witnessing psychic displays of walking on fire, clairvoyance,
and similar phenomena make up this anthology.
Tarcher • 304 pp. • 978-0-87477-936-3 • $16.95
AT A JOUrNAl WOrkSHOP
Writing to Access the Power of the
unconscious and evoke Creative Ability
Tarcher • 422 pp. • 978-0-87477-638-6 • $18.95
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