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A person can hop from place to place and never move a psychic inch. Traveling insists that we stay open to the world, and open means vulnerable. FALLING WATER is a journey to many different countries: The United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile (Easter Island), Thailand, Laos, and India. Like the travelers in these stories, readers will find surprises along the way. Among other things, there are sacred monkeys, sacrificial goats, wild dogs, and wolves. There are gypsies and gangsters; ancient ruins and temples; a soul cave, a holy mountain, and the threat of vengeful gods. But for every curse there is a blessing. For every pinch of fear, a hand of hope. From beginning to end, this is a voyage of the mind in search of heart and spirit. Travel is a journey through alternate realities, where borders blur and our experience depends on how we define it. FALLING WATER contains dreamlike scenarios with complex characters. There are engaging storylines, mystical encounters, and an absence of clear conclusions. As with dreams, the significance of these stories is not in the destinations, but in who you are as you approach the journey. -Will Phillips, author of Every Dreamer's Handbook David Mohrmann lives in Northern California, much of the time in his own backyard, where he also does a lot of traveling. His first novel (XOCOMIL...The Winds of Atitl n) was published in 2016.
David Mohrmann began his artistic career as a painter, and has had numerous exhibitions of his work. As a playwright, he produced ten plays, and taught for fifteen years in the theater department at Humboldt State University, where he specialized in "Theater of the Oppressed." He has also taught theatre at Pelican Bay State Prison. After retiring in 2005, he began writing short stories, and has had five of the thirty published. His first novel (XOCOMIL, The Winds of Atitl n) grew out of one of those stories. It is informed by his many travels through Guatemala, beginning in the mid 1970's. He is now living in Arcata, California--with frequent trips to Guatemala--and working on his second novel, The Very Last Thought.