Ursula Krammer Maynard Releases MOSTLY MUSE
Inspired by the restlessness to publish another book after her first, and challenged by the idea to combine visuals and text, author Ursula Krammer Maynard pens and releases a book that mirrors her definition of universal stories of success. "Mostly Muse" is a cathartic beauty, a red tight-rope, that captures readers' attention.
"Mostly Muse" is a very wholesome balance between intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and even physical qualities since the author really lived and worked in these places. It is heartfelt. It is reading as an escape. It is beauty. It is healing. It is genius."
Basically a travelogue as of the 19th Century and 20th Century just as well as contemporary narrative, everything inside this work is embedded into love, joy, and everything that you can imagine. This volume contains more than words can tell, more feelings than music conveys, more than visual art could show-a shamanistic and aesthetic experience at the same time.
Drama is about conflict. The cathartic effect shall bring healing to the reading audience. A romantic and Olympic ode expresses the author's inner excursions into autobiography, female role models, glamor, and religion. As a continuation of a deeper probation to art and theater, this engaging and artistic work is just the right pick for all artistic souls out there.
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About the Author:
Ursula Krammer Maynard is an independent scholar living in New York City. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Vienna, Austria. She has had practical experience in theater and dance, and participated in teaching courses on modern drama. She is currently pursuing a project in theater theory. Maynard is also the author of "Performing Postmodernity."
by Ursula Krammer Maynard
Publication Date: April 9, 2013
Trade Paperback; £18.99; 60 pages; 9781483603902
e-book; £3.99; 9781483603919
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