“The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia” by Paul Kiritsis

A work of non-fiction that studies the connection between schizophrenia (and other mental health diagnoses) and creativity. It’s widely held that some people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia display great capacity and drive for creativity, but why? What does science, research, and observation have to say about it? … More “The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia” by Paul Kiritsis

“A Critical Investigation into Precognitive Dreams” by Paul Kiritsis

“A Critical Investigation into Precognitive Dreams: Dreamscaping without My Timekeeper,” by Paul Kiritsis, is a non-fiction exploration of precognitive dreaming, a topic which doesn’t normally fall into science fact, but is still worthy of study, nevertheless. In this book, the author takes a closer look at the phenomenon, in a historical, philosophical, and neurological context. … More “A Critical Investigation into Precognitive Dreams” by Paul Kiritsis

Hermetica: Myths, Legends, Poems by Paul Kiritsis

Hermetica: Myths, Legends, Poems Paul Kiritsis iUniverse (2007) ISBN 9780595449569 Reviewed by Cherie Fisher for Reader Views (2/08)   This book had a strange effect on me.  I found as I began reading it that I was mesmerized by the poems and stories.  It engaged me from the beginning to the end and I had … More Hermetica: Myths, Legends, Poems by Paul Kiritsis

Origin: Poems from the Crack of Dawn by Paul Kiritsis

Origin: Poems from the Crack of Dawn Paul Kiritsis iUniverse (2009) ISBN 9780595531684 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (7/09)   Paul Kiritsis’ “Origin: Poems from the Crack of Dawn” is an inspiring and thought-provoking series of poems that cover birth, growth, middle ages and death.  His thoughts range from universal change to … More Origin: Poems from the Crack of Dawn by Paul Kiritsis