Hillary S. Webb

Traveling Between the Worlds

2004 (This Edition Published)

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Credits
Author Hillary S. Webb
Copyright Holder Hillary S. Webb
Cover/Jacket Design by Jane Hagaman
Cover Art by Susan Cohen Thompson
Publisher Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.
Interview by/Interviewer Hillary S. Webb
Interview with/Interviewee Oscar Miro-Quesada
Interview with/Interviewee John Perkins
Interview with/Interviewee Rabbi Gershon Winkler
Interview with/Interviewee Alex Stark
Interview with/Interviewee Geo Trevarthen
Interview with/Interviewee Serge Kahili King
Interview with/Interviewee Gabrielle Roth
Interview with/Interviewee Brant Secunda
Interview with/Interviewee Ipupiara Makunaiman
Interview with/Interviewee Hank Wesselman
Interview with/Interviewee Ken Eagle Feather
Interview with/Interviewee Christina Pratt
Interview with/Interviewee Erick Gonzalez
Interview with/Interviewee Lewis Mehl-Madrona
Interview with/Interviewee Malidoma Patrice Somé
Interview with/Interviewee Larry Peters
Interview with/Interviewee Tom Cowan
Interview with/Interviewee Elena Avila
Interview with/Interviewee Evelyn C. Rysdyk
Interview with/Interviewee C. Allie Knowlton
Interview with/Interviewee Simon Buxton
Interview with/Interviewee Brooke Medicine Eagle
Interview with/Interviewee Sandra Ingerman
Interview with/Interviewee Tenzin Wangyal
About/Subject Shamanism
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Date
Copyright 2004
This Edition Published 2004
Identifying Codes
ISBN 1-57174-403-7
Printer's Key 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2
Impression/Printing No. 2nd
Format Paperback
Publication Location Charlottesville, Virginia
Genre
Page Count / Font 247 pages
Language English
Notes Author's Note - "The chapters that follow come from more than forty-five hours worth of taped conversations with shamans from a variety of traditions around the world. Needless to say, the transcripts in their entirety would fill up several volumes. Due to space constraints, as well as for ease of reading, the conversations that follow have been edited. In cases where even the slightest editing was needed, I contacted the subject of the interview so that both of us could be assured that the meaning had not been altered in any way. I would like to thank all of them for their help with that process."

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